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Thriving or Dividing? The Women's Movement and the Independence Referenda in Scotland and Catalonia

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I wish to thank Tània Verge, Fiona Mackay, and Karen Celis for their support; the anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments; and all the people who kindly agreed to be interviewed for this research.

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