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I THE N.U.T. AND THE TRADES…

Anderson at Newport.

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Anderson at Newport. Mr W. C. Anderson. M.P., gave an address at an I.L.P. rally at Newport on Saturday eve- ning, Mr. R. H. Ley presiding. Mr. Anderson urged that if the lives and careers of the workers were conscripted for the State the lat- ter should also conscript the wealth of the rich. Dealing with the agitation for tariffs against Germany after the war, he said he thought they would shortly have a system of Protec- tion. He would not object to it provided the State took over the protected industries, and thereby guaranteed that the profits would go to the go oral welfare of the people. He ob- jected to the present system of paying for the war. Instead of paying 7 per cent. by taxation and 93 per cent. by loan, it should be done toyI the conscription of wealth.

IMilitarism Breaking up the…

II I.L.P. and the Navy.

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THE CENTRAL LABOUR COLLEGE…

I COUN. MOR.GAN JONES AND…

Clifford Allen in Cardiff.

I The Tribunals and Outrage

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