Modern Scottish History, 1707 To the Present: Major Documents. - Vol. 5

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MODERN SCOTTISH
HISTORY
1707 to the PRESENT

VOLUME 5: MAJOR DOCUMENTS

Edited by
Anthony Cooke, Ian Donnachie,
Ann MacSween and Christopher A Whatley

TUCKWELL PRESS


In association with
THE OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SCOTLAND

and
THE UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Preface to the Second Edition viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Contents xv
  • Contributors xxii
  • Part One - 1707–1850 1
  • The Union of 1707 3
  • Jacobitism 30
  • Politics 40
  • Religion 53
  • Rural Transformation and Lowland Society 70
  • Demography 75
  • Industrialisation 84
  • Urbanisation 93
  • Highland Society 102
  • Class 112
  • Environment 123
  • Culture 136
  • Education 150
  • Part Two - 1850–1998 165
  • The State 167
  • National Identity 183
  • The Highlands 192
  • Industrial Scotland 200
  • Demography 211
  • Urbanisation 220
  • Religion 233
  • Gender 245
  • Lowland Agriculture and Society 254
  • Class 265
  • Education 281
  • Leisure and Recreation 291
  • Culture 299
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