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Right-Wing Populism

No Half-Way House to Socialism

 The war is still going strong, although we are informed by our musters’ press that this year may see the finish of the conflict in Europe.

 The wage slave views the cessation of hostilities with some misgiving, especially if he was living on the dole when the struggle commenced. Many never knew what a steady job was, and some had never been employed in any capacity until the war came along.

 The wage slave who starts life on the dole, and who, after experiencing the horrors of war, finds himself back on the dole, may view life somewhat differently to the worker who has been on the treadmill of regular employment: the former should provide material for a psychological study; he can’t function on the job or in a trade union, and the question is how will he react to the conditions that prevail in the aftermath of the war?

The John Bull League

 PHYSICIAN, HEAL THYSELF

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