John Maclean : Marxist Lecturer, Organiser, Scottish Schoolteacher, Revolutionary Socialist of the Red Clydeside Era, Notable for his Outspoken Opposition to the First World War, Arrested and Fired under the Defence of the Realm Act and Loss of his Teaching Post

August 24, 1879 — November 30, 1923

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John Maclean, the second youngest of seven children, was born in Pollockshaws, Glasgow in 1879. John did well at school and although his widowed mother was extremely poor, she was determined that he would have a good education. In 1896 he became a pupil-teacher and later entered the Free Church Teacher Training College.

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