The case for nations
The ‘we’ of the nation-state binds people together, builds an important legacy of social trust and blunts the sharp edges of globalization
With the power of technology to imagine a transhumanist future, and consequential decisions made by globalist bodies unaccountable to the majority they purport to serve, yet whose bonds of neighborly fellowship they dissolve, what Roger Scruton calls the ‘prepolitical loyalty that causes neighbors who voted in opposing ways to treat each other as fellow citizens’ is increasingly at risk.
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