In which he tries to explain his actions which he knows she does not approve of but which he feels must be done in order to maintain a principle and express an idea which makes for progress. 'Acts count for nothing if we have not spirit to resist the attempt to override them' The militant movement would never have begun if men and women had been allowed to ask questions and interrupt at meetings without ejection.
Tom Taylor to his mother Mrs Mary Taylor
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