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examine each source below and write in paragraph form, a response in which you:
-interpret each source to identify and explain the perspective(s) related to Nationalism.
-identify and discuss one or more ideological concepts that are refleted in the sources.
-Use your knowlage and understandings of social studies and the information in the sources to support your idea.
SOURCE 1
"the lines of red are blood, nobly and unselfish shed by men who loved the liberty of their fellowmen more than they loved their own lives and fourtunes. God forbid that we would ever use the blood of America to freshen the colour of the flag. But if it should ever be necessary, that flag will be coloured once more, and in being coloured will be glorified and purified." - Woodrow Wilson, flag day speech.
SOURCE 2
"No matter how this aim sounds, this new century must become the century of humanity, when we as human beings rise above race, creed, colour, religion, and national self-interest and put the good of humanity above the good of our own tribe." - Lietenant-General Romeo Dallaire

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    thats the thing i do not know what these sources mean and how they relate to nationalism. if smeone explains them to me then i can do the rest myself.

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