A young politician proposed a socialist vision for Scotland. It should be 'a new commitment to socialist ideals, policies and action' which is 'sensitive to cultural needs, and is humane, democratic and revolutionary'. Despite this being the 1970s, this upstart was 'too fast... too clever, too popular, too good with the press'.
The Red Paper proposed the nationalisation of the UK financial sector - how 1970s! It was written by this dude with a PhD in Economics: