Gaelic in Modern Scotland: Polices, Movements, Ideologies

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In this extensive study of the changing role of Gaelic in modern Scotland - from the introduction of state education in 1872 up to the present day - Wilson McLeod looks at the policies of government and the work of activists and campaigners who have sought to maintain and promote Gaelic. In addition, he scrutinises the competing ideologies that have driven the decline, marginalisation and subsequent revitalisation of the language.

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