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  • ISBN 0850311535
  • ISBN13 978-0850311532
  • Language English
  • Author John MacLean
  • Publisher Allison & Busby (May 1978)
  • Pages 257
  • Formats mobi mbr azw txt
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1417 kb
  • Size Fb2 1735 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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John Maclean was a Scottish schoolteacher and revolutionary socialist on Red Clydeside. Maclean believed that Scottish workers were especially fitted to lead the revolution, and talked of "Celtic communism", inspired by clan spirit

John Maclean was a Scottish schoolteacher and revolutionary socialist on Red Clydeside. He was notable for his outspoken opposition to the First World War, which caused his arrest under the Defence of the Realm Act and loss of his teaching post, after which he became a full-time Marxist lecturer and organiser. Maclean believed that Scottish workers were especially fitted to lead the revolution, and talked of "Celtic communism", inspired by clan spirit. But his launch of a Scottish Workers Republican Party and a Scottish Communist Party were largely unsuccessful.

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A remarkable new book which argues that the radical right revolution engineered by. .

A remarkable new book which argues that the radical right revolution engineered by Charles and his brother David is not just about accruing political and economic power, but about restricting democracy itself. vibrant intellectual history of the radical right. As MacLean says The United States is now at one of those historic forks in the road whose outcome will prove as fateful as those of the 1860s, the 1930s and the 1960s.

John Maclean's swing towards the project of socialist independence for .

John Maclean's swing towards the project of socialist independence for Scotland contains detailed lessons for today. Maclean emerges from the pages of the book as a more complex figure than that depicted hitherto' - Sir Tom Devine, Professor Emeritus at The University of Edinburgh.

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