Racial nationalism

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Racial nationalism is an ideology that advocates a racial definition of national identity. Racial nationalism seeks to preserve "racial purity" of a nation through policies such as banning race mixing and the immigration of other races. It order to create a justification for such policies, racial nationalism often promotes eugenics, and advocates political and legislative solutions based on eugenic and other racial theories.[1]

Racial nationalism should not be confused with ethnic nationalism. A transitional form between racial and ethnic nationalism is also known as Völkisch nationalism.

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  • Turda, Marius; Weindling, Paul J., eds. (2007). Blood and Homeland: Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe, 1900–1940. Budapest: Central European University Press. ISBN 9789637326813.