In Scottish Review, Alasdair McKillop considers intolerance and its implications.

"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."

http://www.scottishreview.net/AlasdairMcKillop20a.html

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