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Cycnos | Volume 28 n° Spécial

The rejection that dare not speak its name (the ‘Other’ in Welsh and Scottish nationalist discourse and policy)

If their discourse on difference is anything to go by, Plaid Cymru and SNP Nationalists have, over the last half-century, clearly espoused the cultural and social plurality of, respectively, Welsh and Scottish society. Nevertheless, despite these impeccable credentials (Part 1), some of their flagship policies are rather illiberal in their nature (part 2). Most interestingly, it seems that the fact there’s many a slip ‘twitx the cup and the lip can help us gain an insight into the true nature of nationalism on the British periphery, i.e. into its inherent conceptual and practical limits (part 3).

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