Letter from William G. Orr to William O'Brien discussing the reasoning behind the unlikelihood of setting up a Socialist Labour Party in Belfast, of how the Belfast Socialist Society is for all intents and purposes an S.L.P. branch, mentioning leaving the party and establishing his own party and also his uncertainty at joining O'Brien's Party,
1907 Nov. 06.
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|Main Creator:||Orr, William G|
Orr's uncertainty at joining O'Brien's party is largely down to the reforms the party has included in their programme and in their ideals and actions, and he writes "We will completey bar reformers from our club.".
Letter is written on headed paper "Lindenville, / Charnwood Avenue, / Belfast, Ireland.".
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