Hard has been the lot of Britain's Conscientious Objectors for the past eleven years. Sneeringly referred to as "Conchies" by robust Britons who had no objections to the War, they have been barred from civil service positions. "Conchies" already employed by the government have been denied promotion.

A good friend of long suffering "Conchies" is the present Labor Government. Prime Minister MacDonald himself objected long and violently to the War. Other onetime "Conchies" throng Labor's councils. Last week Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Snowden signed...

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