From the April 1908 issue of the Socialist Standard
N.B. (Manchester).—Since you hold that "The life and teaching of Christ himself were those of a Socialist," you misunderstand both Socialism and the religion of Christ. The Socialist policy is outlined in our Declaration of Principles, and the contention is that these principles are irreconcilable with the cardinal tenets of Christianity. Can you disprove that ?
J.B. (Hulme).—Thanks. Have made use of material where possible.
J.H.H. (Paris).—Thanks. Translation held over.