This is an analysis of the 20th-century history of Scottish
agriculture outside the Highlands. It examines in detail East
Lothian and Dumfriesshire, and includes interviews. The book
outlines the major developments in the market for regular farm
labour in Lowland Scotland during the period. It takes up many of
the issues discussed by recent rural social historians, and
incorporates a number of economic and sociological theories into
historical analysis. In addition to general interest in the history
of farm labour and the development of farming in Lowland Scotland,
this book should be useful to agricultural and labour historians,
labour economists, rural sociologists and agricultural
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