chapter  Chapter XXI
After The General Strike
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“This Labour Poet’s Muses, when finished was the fight, Mineowners versus Miners, commanded him to write…. Of the dictated terms to which the colliers had to come…. They told me forced decisions, where Might subdues the Right, Only suspend, do not decide, the issues of a fight;… Dawes’ Plans and the Gold Standard have export trade destroyed, Longer hours will only add to the unemployed, Three hundred thousand miners must be thrown into the void!