So Much Wind – The Myth of Green Energy and Empire, Industry and Class: the Imperial Nexus of Jute 1840-1940


Reviews of GMB@Work - the story behind the union and Arguing for Independence: Evidence, Risks and the Wicked Issues


Farewell to Growth, Serge Latouche


Review of Jürgen Habermas, The Crisis of the European Union: A Response


Reviews of Class Struggle - film from the Clyde and Tommy Sheridan: From Hero to Zero? A Political Biography


Reviews of Counter Power: Making Change Happen and New Parties of the Left - Experiences from Europe

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'The Globalization of Addiction, A Study in Poverty of the Spirit' and 'River of Fire: The Clydebank Blitz'.

Web Review 64

I think that there was a context in this election where you had two parties, Labour and the SNP, fighting essentially against the Tory Government in London...

Reviews 63

So much of our music, art and literature, though magnificent, is miniature. The wonderful wee works of a wonderful wee country. Not in this case: here is a seminal work of almost American amplitude and range. If it is not quite the great Scottish novel, at least it wants to be, is, valiantly and undeludedly, a contender.

Web Review 63

One thing is for sure with regards to electoral systems – no one has yet discovered a perfect mathematical solution capable of satisfying all of the factions presenting themselves at elections. I got involved in the early nineties in preparing a response to Raymond Plant’s report on behalf of the Labour Party on electoral...