May 21, 2014

Scotland Has Shown It Can Go It Alone

Kevin Pringle, The Scotsman

The Associated Press

IT MAY not always seem like it, but Scotland is a lucky country and we are a very fortunate generation. Most nations are where they are in constitutional terms through a combination of history and happenstance.

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