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THE SYNDICALIST AL- I LUREMENT."

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THE SYNDICALIST AL- LUREMENT." MR RAMSAY MACDONALD'S OPPOSI- TION There was a great gathering at Dundee when Mr. J. Ramsay Mac- donald, M.P., delivered a rousing speech on political questions of the hour. He said that the opponents of Home Rule were simply beaten poli- ticians who were trying to frighten people out of their political convictions. These politicians' social recreations were Tango teas and auction bridge, and their political pastime high treason (Cheers.) The Labour Party was not going to desert the cause of Home Rule. (Renewed cheering.) Mr. Larkin, said the speaker, ha.d done an admirable piece of work in Dublin, but his mistake lay in copying Carsoa, and Trade Unionism would not succeed by means of the sympathetic strike- Trade Unionists had got to combine, and the workers' method should be for those at work to provide supplies for them on strike. "As a matter of fact," declared Mr. Macdonakl, in ringing tones, "this Syndicalism, this allurement is another Delilah in the pay of the Philistine. It is Capitalism trying to shear the locks off the Samson of Trade Unionism. (Laughter and cheers.) ♦ •

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