Regionalism, regionalisation and regional institutions in Catalonia and Scotland
Setting the stage for a regional political class
in Towards a regional political class?
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This chapter sets out to delineate the broad historical developments and the main structural features that condition the potential emergence and scope of a regional political class in Catalonia and Scotland. It outlines the main processes and structures of the functional and territorial differentiation of Catalan and Scottish politics that are setting the stage for a regional political class. This chapter suggests that the notions of democracy, the modern state and professional politics that have informed regional mobilisation.

Towards a regional political class?

Professional politicians and regional institutions in Catalonia and Scotland

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