Conservatives and the Union: A Study of Conservative Party Attitudes to Scotland
Tracing the history and ideology of Conservatism in Scotland, this study examines the Party's increasing unpopularity in the 1980s, and analyzes why Thatcherism has been unable to extend into a Scotland suffering from a supposedly debilitating "dependency culture".
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Conservatives and Scottish
Unionist Party Opposition
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