"Scotland continues to discuss far-reaching constitutional change and the boundless possibilities that might come with the creation of a new state. But it is far from clear to what extent these discussions are anchored in the need to safeguard the necessities of democratic liberty during a period of far-reaching change. Just as others endlessly project about the nature of an independent Scotland, so do we who nurse wariness about the British tide receding."
In Scottish Review, Alasdair McKillop considers intolerance and its implications.
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