Tom Devine

The 'Death' and Reinvention of Scotland

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Sun 29 Sep

By the late 18th century, Scotland was prospering in the Union. But some believed this came at a cost: the anglicisation of the nation and the end of an ancient identity. Historian Sir Tom Devine looks at this “crisis” and reaches surprising conclusions about what really happened, then and since. [217]

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