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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - John O'Sullivan
In a March 22 op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, he wrote, "nationalism is an increasingly necessary word that is too often misused as a term of abuse. Nationalisms and nationalist movements are popping up all over Europe. These can take very different forms: left, right and ambivalent."
As Mr. O'Sullivan wrote, "those voters for whom patriotism and the national interest were determining issues found comfortable homes in parties of both the left and the right. But that has gradually ceased to be true."