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The challenge of uniting independent minds to shared goals


Cory Morgan tries to answer that question in his new book, The Sovereigntist's Handbook.

Cory's not just a columnist for Western Standard and The Epoch Times, he founded a western separatist party years ago, so he knows what he is talking about from experience.

There is a problem with people who don't like other people telling them what to do or how to live. They're independent problem solvers, self-reliant and free thinkers — I like to think I am one of them — but they don't work well together in groups.

And sovereignty means different things to different people, making the activists hard to harness into a uniform cause. Separatist sentiment is mainstream in Alberta but it's hard to put the separatists all in one bucket.