Foreign News: Birkenhead Alarmed

Lord Birkenhead, former Lord Chancellor, assailed with his famed invective the Labor and Socialist movements in Britain. His chief point of attack was on an Act of Parliament passed in 1914 which gave trade unions the right to raise levies for political purposes. This act, he said, also gave the union the opportunity of making their members support candidates who are not their choice. Commenting upon Labor and Socialist propaganda: " These men are our enemies and we are to fight them. I am appalled at their propaganda, and I am alarmed at the...

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