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Scotia Review No. 17 Paperback – 1977

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From the editorial by Tom Scott. 'Scotia Review is one of very few magazines I can allow my name to be assocaited with. Alone of its kind it is committed to Scottish independence and the aims of the Scots Renaissance movement now betrayed on all sides, and most by some of those once vociferous in its support.' Articles include The Scottish Universities and Devolution by Bruce Lenman; Split Brains and Twisted Men by Alan Bold; Poems by George Campbell Hay; A Tribute to Fionn MacColla.

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