COMMONWEALTH: Break with Reds

At Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, met, last week, the British Trades Union Congress. Its most important act was to break off relations with the All-Russian Council of Trades Unions, a course recommended by its General Council. By this action Bolshevist activities in the British Isles were dealt a deadly blow.

Walter Citrine, Secretary of the Congress, explained the reason for the break with acid simplicity. Said he: "Two years of patient striving to bring about an under-standing between the Russian and British movements. . ....

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