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Page 6, 4th June 1937 — COMMUNISM AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL ACTION SIR,—Do Catholics read enough? Do they read economics at all?
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COMMUNISM AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL ACTION SIR,—Do Catholics read enough? Do they read economics at all?

Are there any Catholic employers, on a scale large enough to be noticed in the Press, who are in a position to make any or all of the following sacrifices: (a) To enter into co-partnership or profit-sharing schemes with their employees?

(b) To pay a special wage to married men?

(c) To employ male labour wherever and whenever possible?

(d) To employ Catholics whenever possible?

Young Catholic men—even when they can obtain employment—are not all suited to a celibate 'life, nor are they all willing to expose their wives and children to a life of penury. Do Catholic employers realise what they are doing when they hire women, or men at non-marrying rates, in the present state of the labour market?

Communists devote brains, industry, organisation and money to the fight against society. What are we doing?

G. Witsuoucatav-MEarsa. Lourdes, 36, Marius Road, S.W.I7.




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