Foreign News: Anti-Bolshevism

Rumors permeated the clubs and drawing rooms of Britain that the Government contemplated refusing entry into the country of all foreign Communists for the annual conference of British Communists, to be held May 31, at Glasgow, Scotland.

Sir William Joynson-Hicks, Home Secretary, lent substance to these rumors when he declared, in a speech, that the Union of Soviet Republics (Russia) was a standing challenge to the "civilization, constitution and parliamentary government of this country."

"India," he continued, "is one of the first objectives of the Bolshevist campaign. The East is the main endeavor of the world revolution, English Imperialism is aimed at. The...

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