Literary: Articles by WSC for the Daily Mail., 1931
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Includes proofs and cuttings of various articles: "Run down by a motor" on WSC's accident in New York [United States]; "The dole" on unemployment and Labour Party policy; "Nothing but humbug" on political affairs and the likelihood of a General Election; "India insistent" a review of a book by Sir Harcourt Butler on British policy and problems in India; "The two issues now before the nation" on the position of the British empire, fiscal policy and a meeting between Ramsay MacDonald and David Lloyd George; "The world looks for our victory" anticipating the defeat of socialism in the General Election; "The morrow of victory" on the success of the National Government and an article about the British education system, school fees and the position of public schools.
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