Originally published in 1968, and at a time when discontent with Westminster was growing along with the desire for an independent Scottish government, this book gives historical background but also discusses 20th Century political, administrative, legal and economic matters. Scottish law and taxation are discussed, as is education, industry, transport, migration and unemployment as part of the discussion to understand the growing movement of Scottish Nationalism.
Table of Contents
1. To Our English Brother 2. History and Legend 3. In All Loyalty to the Crown 4. Frustration in Parliament 5. Bureaucrats in the Saddle 6. The Law 7. The Framework of Taxation 8. The Take-Over Bid 9. The Highlands and Islands 10. Migration and Unemployment 11. Images and Stereotypes 13. Broadcasting and Language 14. The Schools 15. The Universities 16. An Appeal to Reason.
H. J. Paton