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Article title PARLIAMENTARY UNION OF 1707: PETITIONS, PATRONAGE, REVOLT
Authors V.Yu. Apryshchenko
Section SECTION II. LEGAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGIES
Month, Year 04, 2010 @en
Index UDC 67.3
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Abstract The author analyzes social protest in Scotland during preparing and ratification of Parliamentary Union of 1707. Forms and expansion of protest, social structure, results of the revolts as well as British historiography of the subject are studies in the article. The author concluded that protest of 1707-1707 was anti-unionist, and that distinguished it from the social revolts of 1720 years.

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Keywords Ynion 1707; protest; revolt; Parliament; incorporation; nation; unionism; anti-unionism; patronage; parliamentary election.
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