Page 2, 2nd December 1949

2nd December 1949
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Page 2, 2nd December 1949 — THE ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC .

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CONSERVATIVES SIR,-Mr. !surd Davies' concern for my deposit reveals a Tory's natural preoccupation with the money-bags! Our Catholic policy of compulsory co-ownership and profit-sharing, together with a sincere reverence for Human Rights will ensure that Mr. Davies' financial worries are ill-founded.

So " non-party political action is the very feeblest and least successful method of influencing policy "? Tell that to the 45,000 strong " Association of Catholic Trade Unionists!" Are the Hierarchy wrong, I wonder, in advocating supra-party (not non-party) political action? It is only by being Catholics first, and politicians after, that we can make the Faith integral to our thought and outlook. The C.P.E.A. is the great neutral meeting ground for Catholics of all parties and of none.

The Liberal Party (as opposed to the Simonite section of the Tory Party) is putting up close on 500 prospective Parliamentary candidates at the General Election. Michael Derrick (assistant editor of The Tablet). John Aylett and myself are among these, to name only three Liberal candidates in the immediate vicinity of my constituency.

JOHN W. LETT, (Liberal Prospective Parliamentary Candidate.) 80, Ashford Avenue, Hayes. Middlesex.

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