- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction: From Last Empress to First Minister
- 2 Scotland and the Monarchy in the Twentieth Century
- 3 Re-inventing the Union: Dicey, Devolution, and the Union
- 4 After the Declaration of Perth: All Change!
- 5 What has the Scottish Parliament achieved, and what can it teach Westminster?
- 6 Financing the Union: Goschen, Barnett, and Beyond
- 7 Scotland’s Fiscal Relationships with England and the United Kingdom
- 8 Devolution, Social Citizenship, and Territorial Culture: Equity and Diversity in the Anglo-Scottish Relationship
- 9 Varieties of Nationalism in Scotland and England
- 10 Brought Together or Driven Apart?
- 11 National Identities and Twentieth-Century Scottish Migrants in England
- 12 The Auld Enemy in the New Scotland
- 13 W(h)ither the Union? Anglo-Scottish Relations in the Twenty-first Century
- 14 Devolution and Communications Policy in Scotland
- 15 Anglo-Scottish Relations: A Borderland Perspective
- 16 New Unions for Old
- Anglo-Scottish Relations, from 1900 to Devolution and Beyond
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