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Alba Gu Bràth and The Case for Scottish Independence

In the weeks leading up to the September 18 independence referendum, a wave of Scottish nationalism gripped the country. Scottish pride has always existed, and has been used as a tool by both the Yes and No campaigns to win over voters. The Scottish flag has been hoisted in places all over Scotland, and has even been used by Catalonian protesters in Spain to signify their desire for an independence vote.

Jack Scott, Staff Writer

October 28, 2014

On Thursday, September 18, nearly 85% of the Scottish population voted on whether or not Scotland would become an independent country. Just over half the population voted to reject independence, ensuring Scotland would remain a part of the United Kingdom. The vote inspired separatists in other countries to pu...

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