What would Keir Hardie say?

Exploring Hardie's vision and relevance to 21st Century politics

Edited by Pauline Bryan

Foreword by Dolores May Arias

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Luath Press Ltd

Luath Press takes its name from Robert Burns, whose little collie Luath (Gael., swift or nimble) tripped up Jean Armour at a wedding and gave him the chance to speak to the woman who was to be his wife and the abiding love of his life. Burns called one of ' The Twa Dogs' Luath after Cuchullin's hunting dog in Ossian's Fingal. Luath Press was established in 1981 in the heart of Burns country, and is now based a few steps up the road from Burns' first lodgings on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.

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Pauline Bryan was asked by the Keir Hardie Society to produce a book of essays to commemorate Keir Hardie. She is well placed to do this as she was a member of the Independent Labour Party and the Labour Party and previously worked for the Fabian Society. She jointly edited Class, Nation and Socialism: The Red Paper on Scotland 2014 and contributed to The Red Paper on Scotland 2005, Scotland's Road to Socialism: Time to Choose 2013 and A Modest Proposal: For the Agreement of the People. For 8 years she edited The Citizen magazine for the Scottish Labour Campaign for Socialism.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Luath Press Ltd
Publication Date 1 Sep 2015
ISBN 9781910745151
Number of Pages 192

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