The Scottish Nation: A Modern History

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Penguin Books Limited, Jul 5, 2012 - History - 784 pages
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The Scottish Nation examines the social, political, religious and economic factors that have shaped modern Scotland. Drawing on extensive research and exploring everything from the high politics of the devolved parliament to the everyday effects of huge and growing levels of social inequality, Devine places Scotland firmly within an international context and provides a key focus for the ongoing debate regarding Scotland's future.

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Review: The Scottish Nation, 1700-2007: A Modern History

User Review  - Thane - Goodreads

A fantastic book that gives a really in-depth overview of Scottish history from 1700. I you read this book you will gain a very grounding in Scottish history. Read full review

Review: The Scottish Nation, 1700-2007: A Modern History

User Review  - Colin - Goodreads

With the run up to the referendum on Scottish independence,it was good to see things from a historical perspective, in terms of pre- and post-Union of the Crowns. Highly recommended. Read full review

About the author (2012)

T.M. Devine (OBE) is University Research Professor and Director of the Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen.

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