British Commonwealth of Nations: At Scarborough

Last week in Scarborough met delegates from nearly every land, at the International Trade Unionist Congress. The embers of British communism were well stirred.

Reds Down. Labor extremists found a competent mouthpiece in A. J. Cooke, communist, Secretary of the Miners' Federation. The policies of conservative laborites were largely expressed from the lips of J. H. Thomas, Colonial Secretary in the MacDonald Labor Cabinet.

At the opening of the Congress, Mr. Cooke advocated that the Trade Unionists invest their General Council with power to call a strike of...

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