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Fri Mar 21 17:13:50 2014 UTClccn-n500261050.14Schotland /0.530.93Forward! : Labour politics in Scotland, 1888-1988 /52814914Christopher_Harvien 5002610561502Harvie, C.Harvie, Christopher.Harvie, Christopher, 1944-Harvie, Christopher T.Harvie, Christopher T., 1944-Harvie, Christopher Thomas 1944- Vollstaendiger Namelccn-n85156205Matthew, H. C. G.(Henry Colin Gray)lccn-n79045167Buchan, John1875-1940fast-951081Hannay, Richard (Fictitious character)lccn-n84801287Martin, Graham1927-edtlccn-n50020401Scharf, Aaron1922-1993edtlccn-n79018534Labour Party (Great Britain)lccn-n2001022910Jones, Peter1953 October 1-lccn-n83301868Brown, Gordon1951-lccn-n85802593Open UniversityArts Foundation Course Teamviaf-52602575Smit, CatherineHarvie, Christopher1944-HistoryFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographySuspense fictionBiographyJuvenile worksAdventure storiesSpy storiesDetective and mystery storiesGreat BritainScotlandHannay, Richard (Fictitious character)Intelligence servicePolitical scienceNationalismWorld War (1914-1918)Social historyEnglish fictionEconomic historyCivilizationEuropeRegionalismPolitical fiction, EnglishBuchan, John,Scotland--GallowayIndustrializationLabour Party (Great Britain)National characteristics, BritishIntellectual lifeEnglish languageAtlantic Ocean--North SeaOffshore oil industryPetroleum industry and trade--Government policySpy stories, EnglishLeithen, Edward (Fictitious character)Home ruleSpy storiesBrown, Gordon,Detective and mystery storiesAdventure stories, EnglishIntelligence officersAdventure storiesLabor movement--Political aspectsPolitical partiesHigh interest-low vocabulary booksReaders (Adult)Reading comprehensionSuspense fictionSecret societiesFugitives from justiceMissing personsReading--Remedial teachingSpiesSuspense fiction, EnglishLawyersEurope--British Isles--Atlantic CoastScottish literatureShippingEnglish literature--Scottish authors1944196119661970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201220139628128375941.1082PR6003.U13ocn000199204ocn299357086ocn462019268ocn802873678ocn316246795ocn615105266ocn833060792ocn866868433ocn712962059147315ocn042922618file19810.32Harvie, ChristopherNo gods and precious few heroes Twentieth-century ScotlandHistory+-+2444513925133023ocn179131831file19950.56Harvie, ChristopherScotland and nationalism Scottish society and politics, 1707 to the presentHistoryThis new edition brings Scotland and Nationalism entirely up-to-date. In particular the lead up to and implications of the referendum are analysed, together with the development of nationalist feelings in a wider context+-+697046069595113ocn181740872file20000.35Harvie, ChristopherNineteenth-century Britain a very short introductionHistory"Nineteenth-century Britain is a sharp but subtle account of remarkable economic and social change - and an even more remarkable political stability. Britain in 1789 was overwhelmingly rural, agrarian, multilingual, and almost half Celtic. By 1914, when it faced its greatest test since the defeat of Napoleon, it was largely urban and English. Christopher Harvie and H.C.G. Matthew show the forces behind Britain's rise to its imperial zenith, and the continuing tensions within the nations and classes of the 'union state'."--BOOK JACKET+-+334803746561010ocn003087928book19770.59Harvie, ChristopherScotland and nationalism : Scottish society and politics, 1707-1977History49113ocn008203448book19810.66Harvie, ChristopherNo gods and precious few heroes : Scotland, 1914-1980History48010ocn045899177book20020.50Harvie, ChristopherScotland : a short historyHistoryHarvie, one of Scotland's leading historians and political writers, takes a long view of Scotland, its land, people and culture. The text sweeps from the earliest settlements to the new Parliament of 1999 and beyond+-+390556746537516ocn028148704book19930.70Harvie, ChristopherThe rise of regional EuropeWith the acceleration of European integration, the traditional defence-based nation-states are under threat. The steady transfer of power in mainland Europe to new, powerful regional authorities has started to build up new forms of intra-European integration. The author explores both the good and bad aspects of the present European situation, and shows how setting these in the context of cultural, economic and political history dramatically alters the way in which we have traditionally surveyed the European past. Christopher Harvie's challenging study argues that we are only beginning to realise the shift in consciousness, as well as in politics and administration, that an integrated Europe will involve+-+087045069532433511ocn022276731book19910.76Harvie, ChristopherThe centre of things : political fiction in Britain from Disraeli to the presentCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+884009995531617ocn000199204book19700.59Harvie, ChristopherIndustrialisation and culture, 1830-19143049ocn028292634book19940.70Harvie, ChristopherScotland and nationalism : Scottish society and politics, 1707-1994History+-+969545069532429510ocn027432867book19930.21Buchan, JohnThe thirty nine stepsJuvenile worksBibliographyFictionAdventure storiesDetective and mystery storiesSpy storiesSuspense fictionWildly impossible adventures to frustrate a German secret service organization+-+26447374653242377ocn185095687book20080.84Harvie, ChristopherA floating commonwealth : politics, culture, and technology on Britain's Atlantic coast, 1860-1930History"Christopher Harvie offers a new portrait of society and identity in high industrial Britain by focusing on the sea as connector, not barrier. Atlantic and 'inland sea' - from Cornwall to the Clyde - Harvie argues, together created a 'floating commonwealth' of port cities and their hinterlands whose interaction, both with one another and with nationalist and imperial politics, created an intense political and cultural synergy. At a technical level, this produced the freight steamer and the efficient new railways which opened up the developing world, as well as the institutions of international finance and communications in the age of 'telegrams and anger'. Ultimately, the resources of the Atlantic cities, their shipyards and engineering works, enabled Britain to withstand the test of the First World War." "Meanwhile, as Harvie shows, the continuous attempt to make sense of an ever-changing material reality also stimulated the discourses on which social criticism and literary modernism were based, from Thomas Carlyle to James Joyce, although the ultimate outcome - revolt in Ireland, slump and emigration - would leave enduring problems in the years to come."--BOOK JACKET+-+88327734652357ocn003392263book19760.81Harvie, ChristopherThe lights of liberalism : university liberals and the challenge of democracy, 1860-86History21813ocn031290517book19940.50Harvie, ChristopherFool's gold : the story of North Sea oil+-+97612659653242026ocn045016868book19990.88Harvie, ChristopherThe road to home rule : images of Scotland's causeHistory"With a core essay by the historian Christopher Harvie and the political correspondent Peter Jones, the book's 100 illustrations cast a cool eye on the grandeurs and miseries encountered on the long way to Holyrood."--BOOK JACKET+-+K5658475461605ocn319495274book20090.81Harvie, ChristopherBroonland : the last days of Gordon BrownBiography+-+34892199361299ocn030039280book19870.70Harvie, ChristopherNo gods and precious few heroes : Scotland since 1914History1182ocn496605441book19990.24Buchan, JohnThe thirty-nine steps and the power-houseFictionAdventure storiesHigh interest-low vocabulary booksRichard Hannay tries to foil an international conspiracy before World War I by risking capture or assassination+-+42328044651182ocn299512174book20060.14Schotland1165ocn019846099book19890.93Forward! : Labour politics in Scotland, 1888-1988History+-+6970460695+-+6970460695Fri Mar 21 15:29:40 EDT 2014batch21053