1920s >> 1928 >> no-289-september-1928

Answers to correspondents

A. Cullington (Hackney) :
We use the quotations from “Forward” against the I.L.P. because it is no way contradictory to I.L.P. general policy. The fact that it is a privately-owned paper is no point, because all I.L.P. papers, including the “New Leader,” are privately-owned.

We reject the quotations from Fred Henderson’s book because it is in complete conflict with the object and programme of the I.L.P.—and that’s that !

Correspondence intended for publication must be written on one side of the paper only, and name and address (not necessarily for publication) must accompany all communications.
In view of our limited space all communications should be as brief as possible.

(Socialist Standard, September 1928)

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