Gordon Wilson, SNP: The Turbulent Years, 1960-1990, Stirling: Scots Independent (Newspapers) Ltd, 2010. Pp. vi + 266. Paperback ISBN 9780951282076, �11.99

Hutchison, Iain C.
November 2010
Journal of Scottish Historical Studies;2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p203
Book Review
A review of the book "SNP: The Turbulent Years, 1960-1990," by Gordon Wilson is presented.


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