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AMERICAN LABOUR AND GERMANY

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AMERICAN LABOUR AND GERMANY NO PEACE TALK ON THE WAR MAP. Mr GamperF, President of the American Federation of Labour, ad- dressing a Labour meeting, said the American people not permit thselves w be lulled m? to a booied security and under the guise of Radi- calism to go back a hundred years by treating with Germany through inter- national conferences. "In the name of American labour," he declaimed, "I say, 'You cannot talk peace with us now-you cannot talk international conferences. Either you smash your au-ttocraqy or we will smash it for you. Get out of France, back from Belgium, back from Serbia, and hack to Germany; then you can talk peace. The miecting aclopted a resolution, declaring "We recognise that this great struggle is a war that is es- sentially Labour's war, a war of the useful people of the world against the agents and institutions of tyranny and oppression, and 'we aTe Taaolved to re- main in the struggle to a viotoncflDS comlusibIL" h

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