MR. SAUNDERS LEWIS , President of the Welsh Nationalist Party, will introduce a series of three discussions on Welsh Nationalism, after which Lord Raglan and Mr. STEPHEN J. WILLIAMS Will consider the future of Welsh culture and the Welsh language.
THE WELSHMAN HAS always been marked for his love of country. This has expressed itself in song and in literature. The very tenacity with which the lan- guage has been preserved in the face of present-day tendencies is indicative of this sentiment. In recent years, there has been a growing feeling that the true spirit of Wales will only be expressed when Wales has become a separate political unit. The Welsh
Nationalist Party is one form of expression of this love of country.
On the other hand, there are thou- sands of Welshmen who would deplore a break of this kind. These feel that the time for making further political divisions is past, and believe the future prosperity of the world must have an international, rather than a national basis.
In this series, the problems will be discussed from various angles by pro- tagonists of each point of view. The discussions will deal with the three main facets of the problem. In the first, it is the cultural angle which will be stressed. The second, in February, will review the economic situation, and in the third, which will take place in March, the question will be argued from the purely political standpoint.
Mr. Stephen J.
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