Wish I'd said that - November 12, 2015

“a nation... is an imagined community... more specifically a remembered community, a community with an imagined history, and it is defined by its historical memory of itself. No nation exists in the absence of a national history, enshrining in the minds of its common people common memories of their travails and triumphs, heroes and villains, enemies and wars, defeats and victories.”

Samuel Huntington Who Are We? The Challenges to American’s National Identity