page article in a recent issue on " IN Shows Workers' Terror ", speaking as one of the leading trade unionists in Watford and district and a member of ACTU, it seems' to me that to describe the workers' reaction to this situation as one of terror is exaggerating. I have yet to meet a British trade unionists who is terrified of Communism. For a married man there may be cause for concern.
In view of the facts, i.e. that right is on the side of the genuine non-Communist. I think that a man would have to be demented to he terrified of this system. Stress should certainly be placed on the work outlined by Mr. R. P. Walsh, secretary of the Federation of ACTU. It is work of this sort that will progressively eetablish our trade unions in positions of such strength, e.g. practising members, as to enable them to withstand the wiles of atheistic Communism.
ACTU. I think that we must agree. is a necessary association in our country. I believe that part of the work of our Catholic press is to take interest in the whole community. much as any other national pewspaper does. In doing this great service would be given to Catholics. I do agree that this would no doubt require tin augmented reporting staff, hut am sure that this additional expense would serve Divine Providence in our regard. I am an Englishman, and I see my country as such.
Ronald E. Worthington 7, Easthury Road,
Oxhey, Watfifrd. Herts