It’s official: the Scottish people have rejected independence. But the matter is far from settled—the months and years ahead promise spirited debate over governance of the British union.
On September 19, 1796, a Philadelphia newspaper published one of the greatest documents in American history: George Washington’s Farewell Address. Even today, some people in that other “Washington” could learn a few lessons from the first President.
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Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, says the Executive Branch’s powers could become more profound if Congress approves military actions based on uncertain intelligence information.
Is the world about to witness the end of the United Kingdom as it has existed for three centuries? On Thursday, the Scottish people will vote on a single question: whether or not to become an independent nation.