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They must take steps for them- picketing” it is called, can
" selves. The victims of the achieve ; and we will have no Trade Unions must be saved more of it. We have seen the from servitude and intimida- law broken with impunity ; tion. They must once again we have witnessed the baleful be made masters of what effects of the Trades Disputes strength and goodwill belong Bill ; and until that infamous to them. They must no longer Bill is repealed, there will be be the puppets of ambitious neither peace nor safety in Communists, who use them for England. This is not a matter their own selfish purposes. An of vote-catching or of doing end must be put to the reign what will please the Party. of humble followers of Lenin, It is working for elementary of noisy orators who brag that justice and for all time. The they are the greatest men in Trades Disputes Bill was passed England. Poor unbalanced by one Government, the mem fools! The Unions have been bers of which did not approve granted powers and privileges it, and had openly condemned above the law, and they have it. It was passed because that been found unworthy of these Government believed that its privileges and powers. We can- passage would be useful not not live always on the edge of to the country, but to itself. civil war, and if the Government Now it is the duty of another fails to protect those who are Government to repeal it, even willing to carry on the work of though it should lose a hundred the country, then it must admit or two hundred seats by repealits own failure, and let us ing it, and should retire into choose other methods. We opposition for years. A Conhave had during the last few servative Government is much months all the experience of to be desired. It is not worth strikes, general and particular, fighting for if it neglect the that we want, and the experi- demands of common justice, ence should not be wasted. and is timidly obedient to the We have seen peaceful picket- votes of misguided men, who ing in action; we know now cannot see the ruin, which lies what that other variety, “mass before their feet.
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