British Party Congress Hears Complaint About Anti-jewish Bias

A resolution calling for British legislation prohibiting incitement to racial hatred was adopted today by the annual Cooperative Party Congress, held at Scarborough. Previously, the meeting heard charges from a Jewish delegate, Samuel Karson, who said that anti-Semitic discriminations were being practiced in the British Labor Party, the trade union movement and the cooperative movement.

Mr. Karson said that some golf clubs in Scotland refused to admit Jews. He alleged that one Scottish land-owner had sold land only on condition that it must not be resold to Jews. Other delegates shouted, “Shame, shame.” Mr. Karson demanded: “I want to make these things impossible” in Britain.

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