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“Is there not a sense in which, through a YES vote, we will all become immigrants to the new Scotland that we will be tasked with creating?” writes Mark Crawford, precariously-employed call centre worker and campaigner with Radical Independence Dundee in his review of YES:The Radical Case for Scottish Independence by Ramand and Foley.

There are imbecile thoughts, imbecile discourses, that are made up entirely of truths; but these truths are base, they are those of a base, heavy and leaden soul. The state of mind dominated by reactive forces, by right, expresses stupidity and, more profoundly, that which it is a symptom of: a base way of thinking. – Gilles Deleuze, Nietzsche and Philosophy

Ramand speaks. Pete Ramand (standing) and James Foley at the Dundee launch of their book on 3rd May

At the outset of this review, I must emphasise that what I write here is written in a personal…

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