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Neither the Inquiry’s breadth and coordination, nor its sense of scientific purpose, were quite matched by its French and British counterparts. 80 In 1917, Aristide Briand (the outgoing Prime Minister) took a further step and asked Benoist to create a formal group of advisors. Out of this initiative grew the Comité d’études (Committee of Studies) headed by the eminent republican historian Ernest Lavisse and bringing together academics from the Collège de France, Sorbonne and École normale supérieure.

If not every individual or nation had an equal voice in shaping these outcomes, this was precisely the point of the new scientific peace. As Lippmann reminded his readers in 1922, this was particularly the case for women. As for the intellectual origins of the idea of nationality, we need to investigate farther back in time, using as our most useful clue Lippmann’s assertion that the slums of psychology and a naive psychological conception of the democratic El Dorado shaped and limited the application of science to the new national world order.

143 For all the Western experts, geographers and historians alike, representations of authenticity revolved around psychological conceptions of the subjectivity of nationality expressed in the mental evolution of groups, and their capacity to express national consciousness, will, sentiment or opinion. These representations were also embedded in and matched by conventional accounts of collective characteristics that too often took the form of racial stereotypes. There were very few contexts in which the idea of nationality was applied without any stereotypes coming into play.

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