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Scotland and Nationalism : Scottish Society and Politics 1707 to the Present - Christopher Harvie

Scotland and Nationalism

Scottish Society and Politics 1707 to the Present

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Scotland and Nationalism provides an authoritative survey of Scottish social and political history from 1707 to the present day. Focusing on political nationalism in Scotland, Christopher Harvie examines why this nationalism remained apparently in abeyance for two and a half centuries, and why it became so relevant in the second half of the twentieth century.
This fourth edition brings the story and historiography of Scottish society and politics up-to-date. Additions also include a brand new biographical index of key personalities, along with a glossary of nationalist groups.

Acknowledgementsp. ix
Scotland and nationalism: an introduction to the fourth editionp. 1
'Tis sixty years since'p. 1
The national dimensionp. 4
p. 9
The ballads of a nation: political nationalism, 1707-1945p. 11
The uses of libertyp. 11
Out of syncp. 14
Calvinism in one countryp. 16
Eighteen eighty-sixp. 19
'The strategy of noisy inaction'p. 23
Devolution in a cold climatep. 25
The nationalism of the literatip. 27
Tom Johnston at St Andrew's Housep. 31
An achieving society: Unionist Scotland, 1707-1945p. 36
Between two nationalismsp. 36
Non-national nationalismp. 38
English goldp. 40
'Semi-independence'p. 42
Catching up and holding downp. 46
Disruptionsp. 53
Scotus Viatorp. 58
Professing imperialismp. 62
'That depressed region'p. 74
The intellectuals, 1707-1945p. 80
Marxism and the democratic intellectp. 80
Grandeurs and miseries of Calvinismp. 85
Improvementp. 87
Wizardryp. 90
Carlyle's Empirep. 92
Kailyardp. 97
Renaissancep. 101
Stony limitsp. 106
p. 111
Leaders to no sure land: Unionist Scotland, 1945-79p. 113
Scotland: new and unknownp. 113
From tendency to transactionp. 115
Administrative devolutionp. 116
Business bluesp. 118
Consensus collectivismp. 122
The planner's visionp. 125
White heat to red facep. 127
Intractabilityp. 131
Nothing abides: civil society, 1945-79p. 133
Estates and policiesp. 133
Parliament Housep. 135
The passing of the burghsp. 137
Ungodly commonwealthp. 140
The dominie's dilemmap. 143
'A licence to print money'p. 146
'From scenes like these'p. 148
Utopia now!p. 153
Papering the town redp. 157
A dance to the music of nationalism, 1945-79p. 162
MacCormick's momentp. 162
The SNP revivesp. 166
The Liberal challengep. 168
The first wavep. 169
Hanging onp. 174
The black, black oilp. 175
Kilbrandon and the second wavep. 179
The magic partyp. 181
Devolution and Westminsterp. 183
The SNP in troublep. 185
The debaclep. 186
p. 189
On the evep. 191
In an old buildingp. 191
Nationalisms in conflictp. 193
Sounding civil societyp. 195
A new economy?p. 198
'This is the junk mail, crossing the border'p. 202
Society: settled, insecure, excludedp. 205
Uppies and dooniesp. 208
In the postmodern megastore?p. 210
The revenge of Calibanp. 213
Reversing into historyp. 216
'A journey that has no end': politics, 1979-2000p. 219
'TBW'p. 219
From campaign to conventionp. 221
A stay of executionp. 225
Taking stockp. 227
Walking with destinyp. 231
The parties and the settlementp. 234
The first Scottish governmentp. 238
Answered prayersp. 240
The monumentp. 240
The 2003 electionp. 242
Damned dangerous north Britons?p. 244
An economic future?p. 247
The shape of democracyp. 249
Il faut cultiver notre jardinp. 251
Chronologyp. 253
Further readingp. 259
Indexp. 267
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ISBN: 9780415327251
ISBN-10: 0415327253
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 12th August 2004
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 4
Edition Type: New edition