Providing a recent history of the Scottish Government's Constitutional Policy since 2011, Bulmer asks what exactly is the `common good' and what type of constitution would serve it, while also addressing questions of poverty, wealth, inequality and democracy.
A Nation Changed? It looks at how Scotland has changed and not changed during that time, and the challenges that lie ahead. Irrespective of your political views or allegiance, this groundbreaking study offers fresh thinking, food for thought and ideas for debate concerning the changing terrain of Scottish politics.
Against Miserabilism is a love letter, out of the past, to a new generation of radicals. It's a collection of articles by David Widgery, who, in addition to working as a full-time medical doctor in London's East End, wrote prolifically on matters of political and cultural importance from the 1960s till the time of his death in 1992.
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