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The history behind a vote for Scottish independence

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The Scottish government recently announced plans to hold a referendum on independence from Great Britain. Though Scotland has partial self-government, it's been a part of the United Kingdom since 1707.  

Today, Worldview tries to unravel the emotional and practical implications of Scottish independence with local Scot Euan Hague. Euan is chair of the geography department at DePaul University.


To read an article by Euan Hague on the culture of the Scottish-American community, click here.

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