IT TAKES a knowing eye to glean from Hansard the underlying meaning of the mid-June debate on conscription. Three groups with extreme views have emerged: the diehards who chorus “conscription now”; the Nationalists who still hold to “conscription never”; the Coldwellians who say “conscript wealth first.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK5 min
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