Scotland: The Case for Agitation

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Scotland: The Case for Agitation

Tweet Follow @RPJblog By Jason Michael NICOLA STURGEON IS CORRECT when she says that Scotland is moving to the inevitable goal of independence. Aside from the active social and political campaign for Scottish independence, Scotland and England are diverging. These two nations have, as we have seen over the past five decades of what passes in the United Kingdom for parliamentary democracy, very different sets of attitudes, priorities, and outlooks, and – as Professor Tom Devine has rightly acknowledged –…

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Scotland: The Case for Agitation