MacCallum Scott

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Alexander MacCallum Scott (1874-1928) was Liberal MP for Glasgow Bridgeton.[1]

He won the seat in December 1910, held it as a supporter of Lloyd George's coalition in 1918, but lost it in 1922. Two years later he joined the Labour Party. He was earlier president of Glasgow University Union[2][3] and the first biographer of Winston Churchill (works published 1905 & 1916).

He died in the crash of an aeroplane flying between Victoria, British Columbia, and Seattle.

His son, John Hutchison MacCallum Scott was active in the Liberal Party and contested the 1945 General Election at Leeds North and later became involved with Liberal International.

Works[edit]

  • Winston Spencer Churchill (Newnes, 1905)
  • The Truth About Tibet (Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1905)
  • National Education. The Secular Solution, the Only Way (Morning Leader, 1906)
  • Through Finland to St. Petersburg (Grant Richards, 1908)
  • Equal Pay for Equal Work. A Woman Suffrage Fallacy (National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage, 1912)
  • The Physical Force Argument against Woman Suffrage (National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage, 1912)
  • Winston Churchill in Peace and War (Newnes, 1916)
  • Bits of Chelsea (Macrea Gallery, 1921) illus. by Thomas Austen Brown
  • Barbary: The Romance of the Nearest East (Thornton Butterworth, 1921)
  • Clydesdale (Thornton Butterworth, 1924)
  • Beyond the Baltic (Thornton Butterworth, 1925)
  • Suomi: The Land of the Finns (Thornton Butterworth, 1926)
  • From Liberalism to Labour (Deveron Press, 1927)

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
James William Cleland
Member of Parliament for Glasgow Bridgeton
December 19101922
Succeeded by
James Maxton