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October 1926

The Wages Question at the Trades Union Congress


 Mr. Pugh, in his presidential address to the Trades Union Congress, was no more practical in his ideas than presidents of former years have been. Ideals, platitudes and “philosophy” are poor stuff for those workers whose time is mainly taken up in the struggle to obtain a living. Such men and women need a message that is easily understood; one that explains the nature of their struggle; why they are poor; how they can free themselves from their poverty.

Obituary: Alex Anderson

THE DEATH OF COMRADE ALEXANDER ANDERSON

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