ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL 1934 OF THE
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LABOUR COLLEGES
MAIDEN CASTLE HOUSE,
During the fortnight beginning August 25.1934
The students at the first week of the school will have the opportunity of participating in the Dorchester Labourers' Centenary Commemorations, while the students at the second week will be able to visit the Trades Union Congress at
A Summer School is one of the finest ways of spending a holiday, because it combines the necessary change of air and surroundings with good fellowship and stimulating discussions difficult to get elsewhere.
Each week of the school begins after lunch on the Saturday and finishes after breakfast on the following Saturday. Students may, however, book for the whole fortnight. The fee in either case is £3 per week including a booking fee of 5/-
For Programme of Lectures send a stamped addressed envelope to
J. P. M. MILLAR, General Secretary, N.C.L.C., 15
WHICH ROAD ?
The road to Socialism or the road to Fascism ?
That is the issue that is facing the working class in nearly every civilised country in the world. A hundred years ago, in an attempt to crush the Trade Union movement in
It grew enormously, not only in
At its 1934 Summer School, the N.C.L.C. is, therefore, providing an opportunity of discussing the history of the working-class movement and the vital problem which the growth of Fascism is posing.