My Granny Made Me an Anarchist: The Cultural and Political Formation of a West of Scotland "baby-boomer"

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ChristieBooks.com, 2002 - Anarchism - 257 pages
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Who was the postman on the scooter who went with one oh the hairdresser s in miss brogans where John McLaren is now .?

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Brilliant recollection - so similar to my own childhood in post war Britain living with my grandparents while my father was away at the wars (Korea and Malaya)!

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Contents

Mise en scène
1
Preamble
3
Caves in the Sandstone Canyons growing up in Glasgow 194655
7
Billies and Dans
38
The Rings of Abbeyleix
44
Granny 18901969
51
Mum and Dad
58
Arran Days of Whin and Rosehips
69
The Glasgow Committee of 100
144
Glasgows Anarchists
155
Spain and General Franco
173
London 1964
179
Why Me? Why Then?
198
The FUL Aims and Principles
204
The PostWar Guerrilla Struggle Against Franco
206
The Hijacking of the Santa Maria
208

Wur no in Kansas ony mair
86
Blantyre 1960
100
Politicisation
103
Ban the Bomb
121
Trots and the Labour Party
129
Ten Days that Shook the World
140
Defensa Interior DI
214
The Execution of Delgado and Granado
236
Freemasonry
245
Index
248
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