The comparisons were made before, but I will say this: in Scotland, the referendum was predated by an 18-month debate and a document of over 670 pages, outlining the possible consequences and strategies. In Britain, 4 months’ campaign freely utilizing fear, racism, prejudice and few cherry-picked and misrepresented facts; not to mention, the government didn’t even have a Powerpoint slide about “after”. (well, I hear there was a 16 page pdf SOMEWHERE. Same difference). How can one make a rational choice based on plans that don’t exist?
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