Unmasked, or just a cunning plan?

Issue 106 now appears online and if you enjoy reading its features, articles and reviews please help to sustain our independent voice by taking out a subscription - just click on the 'Join Us' button above. Issue 106 highlights the publication of and fall out from, the ‘Sustainable Growth’ report by Andrew Wilson. Look out for our new website, currently under development.

Killing independence ‘stone dead’?

Publication of the ‘Sustainable Growth’ report has created an almighty right-left chasm within the independence movement.

What is social democracy?

Defining a social democratic party, its ideology, purpose and processes.

What is neo-liberalism?

Defining neo-liberalism.

Not ‘right v left’

Tommy Sheppard offers critical support to the Growth Commission report.

Somewhere to start

Carolyn Leckie says the report is like the curate’s egg, with good and bad parts, but can be built upon.

Naively neo-liberal

Jim Cuthbert says all is not quite lost despite the addiction to neo-liberalism.

Of wars of position and manoeuvre

Jim Sillars calls for a nuanced form of engagement with the Growth Commission.

Transformation not ‘transition’

Colin Fox sees the SNP repeat the mistake of ‘new Labour’.

Capital investment for independence

George Kerevan argues investment and productivity are not taken seriously in the Wilson report.

Neo-liberalism’s end and our future

Maggie Chapman on the Greens’ role to ensure the independence debate opens up a radically different space in politics.

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