Foreign News: Snowden's Bill

All other parliamentary business was overshadowed by Philip Snowden's bill against capitalism. In a few words, it is an evolutionary elimination of the capitalist system. There was nothing revolutionary about Snowden's speech; he picked out the flaws in the present system and advocated a remedy in general terms.

Sir Alfred Mond took the floor against him. The gist of Sir Alfred's remarks was that it is easy to pick holes in any system. He accused the laborites of using economic language too vaguely. The bill will come up again for discussion after the Easter recess....

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