Speeches: Miscellaneous speech notes and source material.

Reference code: CHAR 9/89

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Date: [Nov] [1925] - [May] [1929]


Speech notes for WSC's speeches, on subjects including: Philip Snowden [former Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer]; pension reform; the General Election [1929]; the state of industry; the Trades Union Congress resolution against capitalism; Socialism; taxation; cuts in naval funding; rating reform; the absorption of the Liberals by the Labour Party. Source material includes: a press cutting reporting WSC's speech (29 July 1928, Conservative Meeting, Watts House, Taunton, Somerset); a letter from Pauline Peto, wife of Geoffrey Peto [Conservative MP for Frome, Somerset]; an extract from the Times (1926) on splits in the Communists; notes on the difficulty of attacking Snowden and Labour economic proposals (1928); a press cutting from the Financial News on the restoration of the Gold Standard.




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