For the Fourth of July, we're highlighting some of our favorite Pacific Standard stories on expressions of patriotism and American identity.
New research finds nationalism is not strongly associated with anti-immigrant views.
A familiar image that reminds us of our identity as a citizen can inspire us to pay our taxes.
The Canadian Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that alters the English-language version of O Canada to become gender neutral.
People wait on the Lincoln Memorial for fireworks to celebrate Independence Day on July 4th, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
Researchers find Americans react negatively when Old Glory is used to sell merchandise.
A reporter for The Daily Caller neglected to mention he'd given a speech in front of protesters in support of white nationalism.
Research suggests that seeing the flag doesn't make Americans feel more patriotic. But it does make them feel more nationalistic and more superior to non-Americans.