What is the difference between the “princely nationality of aristocracies or royal races” and “the nationality of the peoples,” according to Mazzini?

What is the difference between the “princely nationality of aristocracies or royal races” and “the nationality of the peoples,” according to Mazzini?

What is the difference between the “princely nationality of aristocracies or royal races” and “the nationality of the peoples,” according to Mazzini?

How is his concept of “the social”related to nationalization?

The third stanza of the song says: “A miserable wretch is he / Who fears to die, my land for thee! / His worthless life who thinks to be / Worth more than thou, sweet liberty!”

How would you interpret these words?

Is there a connection between this and Robespierre’s essay “On the Principles of Government” from 1793?