British Commonwealth of Nations: What the Worker Wants


(British Commonwealth of Nations)

To sit and vote as equals in a new "House of Parliament" hurried, last week, representatives of the toilers and officers of the vast Dunlop Rubber Co., near Birmingham. Each proud, contented toiler-"M.P." had been elected by the secret ballots of 150 constituents. A "Constitution" stood ratified by the "House of Parliament," and to it all Dun-loppers pledged allegiance and obedience. . . .

All this—"Parliament," "M.P.'s," "Constitution"—is the ripe product of eight years spent in creating "what the...

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