Answers to correspondents

J.SMITH, Ilford.—The statement which appeared in the December ’08 issue to the effect that no trade union can act even as a brake to steady the downward rush is not correct. The Manifesto, p. 15, explains the attitude of the Party towards the unions and recognises their necessity under capitalism. The matter, however, will be discussed at the next Conference ; while meanwhile, a careful study of “Value, Price and Profit” would be extremely useful.

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