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BOOKS FOR DEMOCRATS


By the Rt. Hon. Arthur Henderson, M.P.

THE AIMS OF LABOUR

1/- net.

Everyone who is alive to the problems facing us in the future will make himself possessed of this book.

Oxford Magazine.

By Dr. Marion Phillips and others.

WOMEN AND THE LABOUR PARTY

Uniform with above, 1/- net.

The new Franchise Act opens a new field for the service and activities of women. This series of essays by well-known leaders of the Women's Labour Movement will indicate the part. Labour is prepared to take in the politics of the future.

By Henry Noel Brailsford.

A LEAGUE OF NATIONS

Paper Boards, 2/- net.

Is already the classic of the movement in England, and a very full and thorough book.—H. G. Wells.

By Warwick Draper.

THE TOWER

2/- net.

An anticipatory description of a Britain thirty years hence‥‥with the items of a new simple democratic programme of a purified community‥‥A book of no small literary merit.—The Times Literary Supplement.

In the Press.

LABOUR IN THE COMMONWEALTH

4/6 net.

A book for the younger generation, pointing to the principles that underlie a free democracy, with thoughts on the reconstruction of industry after the war.



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