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Date: 24 Oct 1935

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Letter from A W Hopkins (Park Road East, Birkenhead) to WSC, on Randolph Churchill's election campaign in West Toxteth. Stating that "Socialist rowdyism" was very highly organised in the constituency and that Randolph would not have a chance of airing his views. Commenting that as a Fascist, he believed that "people who pay, and go to listen to a speaker are entitled to be allowed to do so, and that if Randolph was a Fascist "we would see to it that what he wished to say he would be allowed to say, without fear or favour".

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