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Europe’s Contested Ideas of National Identity
Although I was born in England, my father was a Polish citizen at the time, which made me a Polish citizen, too. With that citizenship came the right to vote: the capacity to act as a citizen, not just to be one. Brexit had brought the importance of that realization home to me.
November 12, 2019
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