Foreign News: Rationalism

A movement is what its leaders make it. The British Labor Party is still being made. Until James Ramsay MacDonald became Premier, the Party suffered from a surfeit of leaders. There appeared none who had an authoritative ascendancy over the others. Result: the Labor Party became "all things to all men."

Although it is a mistake to label Premier Ramsay MacDonald "leader of the Labor Party," it has for some time been clear that his authority is being more and more recognized and appreciated by the rank and file of the Labor Party. Precisely...

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