I ! Many people have not much fash to spare I'r patriot) - !- fumls. but they cr.n still be patriotic by insisting upon being supplier! with Loral and British-made pood? when making their purchase. If the public will only do this it means ‘help ing to keep the workers anywhere under the Union Jack in full employment dulint; the war crisis. Ask for British-made goods, and see that yon get thorn. They are always the best value. When shopkeepers keep foreign-made goods it is. of course, for extra profit, but the serious trouble is that it is to the loss o! British workpeople—men tml boys, women anti girls--and to the advantage only of foreigners, whom we make -mb at the exDciisu of our own Emuire.
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PATRIOTISM., Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
PATRIOTISM. Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
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