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Tartan Pimps
Gordon Brown, Margaret Thatcher and the New Scotland

 

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Tartan Pimps
Gordon Brown, Margaret Thatcher and the New Scotland

by Owen Dudley Edwards (Author)
by Johnny Rodger (Author)
by Mitch Miller (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9781906134501

 

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Tartan Pimps examines the writers, thinkers and analysts that have fed, nurtured or scorched a distinct Scottish political identity.

The idea began in The Drouth magazine in the Suns of Scotland series with an analysis of Gordon Brown's literary career.

So who is the Tartan Pimp? He - or she - is that member of the political class who sees Scotland as a source of political capital.

Racy, irreverent, informative, thoughtful and polemical, Tartan Pimps examines how the Scottish political system was written into being, and how this 'bookish' heritage has led to at times, an exciting, frequently unpredictable new politics.



 

ISBN 1906134502
ISBN13 9781906134501
Publisher Argyll Publishing
Format Paperback
Publication date 18/02/2010
Pages 320
Weight (grammes) 570.00
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 234
Width (mm) 156