“Splendid … The careful social and economic analysis in A People’s History of Scotland offers a close reading of the rise and fall of industry and mining, resulting in consequences which were scarcely cheerful.”
—Paul Buhle, Monthly Review
“Offers a Scottish version of E. P. Thompson’s The Making of the English Working Class.”
“Readable, committed and making excellent use of poetry and song to illustrate the fight for social justice across the centuries, Bambery’s book is as concerned with Scotland’s future as with its past. It should be welcomed by everyone involved today in building on the historical struggles for freedom.”
—Neil Davidson, author of Discovering the Scottish Revolution
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