BY THE TIME this is published it seems certain that for days on end the House of Commons will have been locked in debate over the strangest proposal ever to be brought before a British Legislature. The proposal of a national plebiscite, in the midst of war, to release a Prime Minister from a pledge.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK11 min
CANADA’S first official socialist opposition —the C.C.F. in British Columbia’s Legislature—has announced its wartime policy. Demanded are fixed minimum incomes; compulsory, interest-free war loans; compulsory service in the armed forces and civilian jobs; and labor representation on all war boards.
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