Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2014 Number 57
Points out that, irrespective of the outcome, it has been an immensely liberating experience to be asked to consider your nation as if from scratch. Discusses the work of the Jimmy Reid Foundation and Common Weal, and argues that a future Scottish government would be able to draw on a political culture that supports a modern social democratic programme and rejects austerity.
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