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Will a publicly owned bank help Scotland avoid unnecessary debt and take control of its economic destiny as North Dakotans did in the U.S.?
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Letting Scotland get away would go down as a pretty big blunder for David Cameron, who would lose about a third of the U.K.’s total landmass in the bargain.
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