Andrew Fletcher and the Treaty of Union
Saltire Society, 1994 - 274 ページ
Andrew Fletcher has been known since his own lifetime as The Patriot because of his determined resistance to the parliamentary Union of Scotland and England in 1707. More recently he has won a new reputation for the boldness, lucidity and originality of his political thought, in which he advocated parliamentary democracy, Scottish independence and European co-operation.
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