1707, 2007, AND THE UNIONIST TURN IN SCOTTISH HISTORY*

@article{Raffe201017072A,
  title={1707, 2007, AND THE UNIONIST TURN IN SCOTTISH HISTORY*},
  author={Alasdair Raffe},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={1071 - 1083}
}
ABSTRACT This article reviews the latest research on the making of the Anglo-Scottish parliamentary union of 1707 and unionism in modern Scotland. Stimulated by the tercentenary of the union, but running counter to the popular mood at the time of that anniversary, many of the recent publications exhibit a novel and sympathetic interest in principled support for union. Using Christopher Whatley's The Scots and the union (2006) and Colin Kidd's Union and unionisms (2008) as starting points, the… 
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