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On 18 September 2014 Scottish citizens had to decide whether they would like to continue being part of the United Kingdom or not by answering the question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?". Two years before, both the Yes Scotland and the Better Together campaign started to build their discourses about what Independence would imply. The aim of the present study is to analyze which are the different arguments that lay beneath these discourses, paying special attention to the use ofdoi:10.30958/ajmmc.1-4-1 fatcat:uw4bptekfbgkrj4c4kojn57wim