TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —The letter by “ Political Labor R«s? preservative ” in your columns trying t« resurrect a Government as dead as Cresar, and a Government who departed from all Liberal measures laid down by the Seddoa Government, whose footsteps they would try and make the workers believe they were following, is simply absurd. And the ‘Evening Star’ is more than justified in supporting a progressive Government like the Reform Government, who, in theil short term of office, have dona more foS the working man than_ever the Ward Administration did. hy did Mr «T. Millar, the greatest Liberal that was eve® in Xew Zealand, leave them and join the Reform Government? Became, their policy was entirely opposed to the true of Labor. Fellow-workmen, think fns vonrselves. On the Opposition HeneheS arc some of the biggest landholders ij» Xew Zealand. Their interests are not o!J the side of Labor. Yon may throw dusjj in some of the workers’ eyes, but yovi cannot do it to all of ns. lam one of th© workers behind the scenes.—l am, etc.. True Worker. January 16.
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POLITICAL PARTIES., Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
POLITICAL PARTIES. Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
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