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Yes free pdf The United Kingdom faces a historic turning point in 2014. A 'Yes' vote in the referendum on Scottish independence would see the break-up of the 300-year-old union, adding a constitutional crisis to a deep economic crisis. An accessible polemic written for progressives both north and south of the border, Yes argues that independence can reinvigorate campaigns against austerity across Britain and deal a blow to the imperialist ambitions of the British state. An urgent and invigorating political intervention, Yes argues that even if the referendum result is 'no', a progressive independence campaign will alter the political landscape. Written by leading activists from the Radical Independence Campaign, Yes will be a unique contribution to the referendum debate.

About Pete Ramand

James Foley is a founding member of the Radical Independence Campaign. His essay 'Out of the Ghetto' was published in The Scottish Road to Socialism (2013). Pete Ramand has written and spoken extensively on the question of Scottish independence and is a founding member of the Radical Independence Campaign.

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Author : Pete Ramand
Publisher : Pluto Press
Data Published : 10 March 2014
ISBN : 074533475X
EAN : 9780745334752
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 160 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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