ME J. RAMSAY MACDONALD AND THE WAR.
TO THE EDITOB. Sir,—About a month ago you published 1 cable saving that Mr Ramsay MaeDontld -had joined the fort*? in Belgium, and wa_ working out his salvation. To-day SHI publish"* cable naying- that Mr Maeon&ld haa become converted in favor of conscription. Verily the cable man is trying hard to turn Mr MacDo.tiald into a Qolitical quick-change artist. Those of us £_> know Mr MaeDouald have our own >pinions on the cables. You accuse him Jg mSag a pro-German, and say that his rns-titueats refused to give him a hearing. have read a report of that meeting to JFhieh yon refer, and with the exception if tlie usual rowdyism that one may llways expect, in times like this, Mr Alacyo—dd had a splendid hearing from tho 4,000 people who assembled in tho Corn _sc_t_£e to listen to him. and to whom he spoke for one and a-half hours. A.s for your accusaion that Mr Ma-o.Donald is a pro-Geiman, can you produce a- single sentence cither spoken or written since the war besan that would justify it?—l am. .to, " M.S. January 15.
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ME J. RAMSAY MACDONALD AND THE WAR., Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915