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' Can Democracy Survive ? '-IX


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The Rt. Hon. Lord EUSTACE PERCY, M.P.: 'Tho
Catastrophe '
IN last, week's talk Lord Eustaco Percy described the development of political conditions up to 1004, as influenced hy the social and political ideals of the nineteenth century. This led to the deadlock of political and economic competition in Kuropo that culminated in the outbreak of the War. Yet it is doubtful whether that world-catastropho removed the deadlock. Is western civilization tending to settle down into a stationary stage ? How far is the present economic depression due to persistence of out-of-date political ideas and methods ? Lord Eustace Percy answers those questions tonight; and in the next two talks discusses whether the present difficulties can be solved by patching, or if a complete scrapping of the system of the past is inevitable.


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