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I I .I -1 CORPSE OF COBDENISI:ML OLD FREE TRADERS RECANT. i A remarkable article in full support of Mr, Funciman's away with shibboleths speech! has made its appearance in a l-iib^ral paper which has never before wavered in jts< unswerving loyalty to the old-fashioned theory of Free Trade. It is, in fact, tha "Star," which in a leading article, entitled "Never Agaiii," my" There was no lack of unity in the debates on joint economic action on the part, of th* British Empire and its Allies against Gerw many. Mr. Ilewins, Sir Alfred Mond, Mi-^ Ruiicimau, and all the other speakers wei all animated by the desire to bit ■•>erma%' trade first, to hit it hard, and to hit it every*] where. There must be no more peaceful penetration" by Germany a-fler tbe war. Wd' must prepare now to defeat the economic warfare which Germany is now 5wretl/ organiziug. The secret conference in Yi,>nll is a danger-signal. The Allies ought t4' counter-attack at once. Sir A. Mond Warns cermanv. Sir Alfred Mond declared that Germangf might be certain that no adhewnce to Fhibi, boleths was oing to bo exercised in hAg' favour by the Government or by the lion" of Commons or by this country at the end of 1he war. He went on to say: Without, any legislation public )i)irioll and the common consent of the civilised worl, would place Germany in a. kind of moral Coventry." The only fault tbat we have to find wit.M this pa-?aere is directed apain? the phrase "withont any legiflation." We can t?k? nothing on trust. Avarice kuowfc no rior3 Coventry. Mr. Ennciman's great speech cxpresaps tb will of the ration. Its spirit can be ?xpif"ic?6 in two words, "Never Again." That is thq British resolution. Never Again is British motto. We trusted Germany beforrf the war. She deceived 113 cynically all brutally. We have learned our lesson, and we all sajj with one voice. "Never ARin." Mr. Rode4 Bnxtou is gorply mistaken wh<m he contend th?t the two qu?tiors cf German ipii;t,14 power and British naval power must bd treated together, when he argues thru. "v« ought to make concessions to Germany, a luy when he pleads for the recognition of \¡"rA man claims for economic expansion. < He forgets that we are at war against d Power that is absolutely unscrupulous afl that refuses to recognise any law or tt, 1 bound by any treaty. He talks about trt,rli being "no difficulty in getting. guarantees from Germany." No difficulty! The thin;; ill impossible. Belgium had German guarantees. What were they worth" "A scrap of pa<HM-"j

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