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Socialism in Australia.

Mr Keid's Reply to Cardinal Morau. Sydney, June 15 Mr Keid, replying to Cardinal Moran, said that Mr Watson wanted to efface him politically, and now Cardinal Moran came to Mr Watson's side, and wanted him (Mr Reid) to emigrate to Europe, where he would find class Socialism worthy of his eloquence. If Australian democracy h:;d no aims leading to coramunism and anarchy, was he wrong m making assurance doubly sure ? Was Cardinal Moran nlone ignorant of the objective of the Labour League, the strongest bpdy m Australia ? The League's efforts were expressly concentrated on Australia, wherein there was to be no private enterprise, no right to possess private "property, and no right to work according to liberty and choice. As a counterblast to Cardinal Moran, he quoted from an encyclical of Pope Leo XIII., passages condemnatory of the Socialistic movement.

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Socialism in Australia., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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Socialism in Australia. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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