Tag: Political History
Written by Inge Erdal. Over the decades, Scotland has witnessed an enormous amount of centralised wrangling with its local government structures. From Royal Commissions to Governance Reviews, the political structure of the nation has rarely been shaped by local communities.
Written by Laszlo Wheatley. The declining health of Roosevelt by 1944 meant the choice of Vice president was more important than ever. How then did Henry Wallace, the sitting Vice President, lose the nomination overnight?