JOAN says she would bet her honours degree in Scottish History that the Red Clydesiders would be at the forefront of the Yes Campaign today.
IT'S one of the most famous images in Glasgow’s history.
Thousands of striking workers crammed into George Square unfurl the red flag as they are attacked by mounted police.
The 1919 scene sums up the Red Clydeside. But those rebels would today be flying the Union Flag, according to former PM Gordon Brown.
That’s the implication of his comment that James Maxton and other early Scottish socialists would vote No to an independent Scotland.
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