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Agenda for a New Scotland

by George Reid

Agenda for a New Scotland Synopsis

The campaign for a Scottish Parliament was ongoing for centuries. Lamented in prose and championed in print. Petitioned for, marched in support of and voted upon. Dear to the hearts of many and whose absence broke the hearts of a few. It has now reconvened after nearly 300 years. A Devolved Legislature but a Parliament all the same. Unable to address all issues but able to make a difference in many areas. It is for the Scottish Parliament to shape and mould the future of Scotland. But, what should that future be? This is a series of contributed articles from politicians, academics and Civic Scotland. They outline opportunities and future directions for Scotland across a range of areas socially, economically and politically. This is an Agenda for a New Scotland. Visions of what Scotland can be 2020.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781905222001
Publication date: 30th November 2018
Author: George Reid
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 300 pages
Categories: Politics & government,

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Introduced and compiled (edited) by Kenny MacAskill With contributions by John Aldersey-Williams, Donald Anderson, (Jackie Baillie), Alex Bell, Sarah Boyack, David Carter, Carol Craig, Robert Crawford, Andrew Cubie, Sally Daghlian, Susan Deacon, Iain Docherty, David Donnison, Owen Dudley Edwards, Linda Fabiani, Lorraine Fannin, Tony Higgins, Roger Houchin, Allan MacAskill, James McCallum, Duncan MacA(a)ulay, Henry McLeish, Shonaig Macpherson, Jim Mather, James Mitchell, Lindsay Paterson, Douglas Robertson, Elaine C Smith, Jean Urquhart Foreword by George Reid

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