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Prepolitical Usages, The Nation And Political Authority, 1000–1500, Making Politics National, 1500–1800, New Ways Of Thinking About The Nation

Natio derives from the Latin verb to be born (nasci) and refers to societies constituted by (assumed) common birth or descent, a meaning akin to the English word race.

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