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20.3.16

Scotland’s Yes campaign appealed beyond politics and traditional allegiances – Uniting Ireland conference speaker | An Phoblacht: RADICAL IDEAS require women and men of vision, to be sure, but it is only when that vision inspires and empowers a wider movement that change that might have been unthinkable for generations can come within our grasp.

This is true of the movement towards Scottish independence.

From a group widely portrayed as being on the lunatic fringe in the 1930s-1950s, it grew to a cross-party, cross-community, cross-interest and wide movement for social change that brought self-determination tantalisingly close.


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