How Scotland erased Guyana from its past

  The Guardian 

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The portrayal of Scots as abolitionists and liberal champions has hidden a long history of profiting from slavery in the Caribbean. The mangrove-fringed coast of Guyana, at the north-eastern tip of South America, does not immediately bring to mind the Highlands of Scotland, in the northernmost part of Great Britain. Guyana’s mudflats and silty brown coastal water have little in common with the lus
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