Scotland: The North Rises Again

Scots wha hae'd jubilantly with Highland flings late into the bleak November night. Outside the town hall of Hamilton, a Lowlands town of 47,341, the bagpipes skirled We Shall Overcome. Rallying the clans with a cry of "Put Scotland first!," a lawyer and mother of three, Mrs. Winifred Ewing, 38, had just done what everyone considered impossible. In a special by-election, she had won a seat long so safe for Labor that the party took it by a 16,576 majority the last time around. Reversing that margin to win by 1,799 votes, Mrs....

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