Letter from J G Smith to James Rigby

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter. Smith begins by saying that he will be at the meeting if possible but if not there in person he will join in any plans which are decided and give his assistance. He says that if they decide on propagandism as the way forward then he recommends the broadest possible basis. He goes on to note that there was never a time more fitted for making a bold successful attack upon the amical fortress of prejudice.