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for his lack of Americanism; the man who warned the radicals, Reds and disloyalists that, if re-elected, he would use every weapon that the law and the Constitution permitted to drive them from the soil of Massachusetts" (Los Angeles Times 1919b).
Labour's "inies" possess a legitimacy abandoned by the "outies" and I predict in a few months the loudest cheers at party meetings won't be for attacks on the "Tory media" but for criticism of the disloyalists.
He/she becomes an active amateur agent of the Government in reporting spies and disloyalists, and in raising Government funds, or in propagating such measures as are considered necessary by officialdom.