Dick Gaughan - John MacLean March





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Published on Jun 19, 2008

A song about John Maclean (1879-1923), Scottish socialist and teacher, who was involved in the Red Clydeside workers' movement and was arrested five times for his opposition to imperialism and capitalism. Written by Hamish Henderson, performed by Dick Gaughan - from his album No More Forever (1972).

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William Wallace de Bruce
18th September Scotland will march again  YES
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Ian Millar
John McLean - where are the working class leaders today? Time to rise up.
Wendy Macadie
Fabulous song, so pertinent to 2014 - John McLean would vote YES
Andy Coull
It must be YES on 18 Sept.
Greater Chicago IWW
Mutualism is theoretically coherent, but I doubt anything like it could exist in the real world.
get intae thim hen!!!!
listen tae Nigel Dever singing Johns songs on Scottish Republican Songs- may be hard tae get a coy tho'
Charlie Duran
'toots' :) everything which isn't in modern english/scots-english. my knowledge of dead dialects is a bit thin
Charlie Duran
The monarchy is a stain on human evolution....sod hereditary privileged elites!
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