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THE BOCEY OF BRITISH BOLSHEVISM.!

THE _LLANTRISANT WAR MEMORIAL.I

' I A LEACUE OF NATIONS. f…

; HANDS OFF RUSSIA. I

THE RINK MEETINCS. I

FINISH-CONSCRIPTION SUNDAY.I

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FINISH-CONSCRIPTION SUNDAY. I TO THE EDITOR- I ,OR I Sir.-The second of March is the third anni- versary of the putting into operation of the first Military Service Act. Conscription, introduced in 1916 as a temporary measure at a critical period of the war, is not likely to he easily re- linquished. The principal reasons for thinking so are that the Unionists are in control of the Government, that the Prime Minister, even for election purposes, would not promise its aboli- tion, that the term duration of the war or as nearly as maybe is capable of indefinite exten- sion, that there is no sign of a single soldier being discharged from the army except for medi- cal reasons and that the whole policy of the Al- lied governments is pointing towards a continu- ance and intensification of militarist imperialism. It is clear, however, that the Government is ap- prehensive on this point, and a definite declara- tion by large numbers of the people would serVe to strengthen the hands of those who do mean to fulfil the pledges given. A single Sunday, therefore, on which Industrial, Social, Political (Continued at foot of preceding column).

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