11 JULY 1931, Page 15

To my mind, the real solution of our present difficulties

writes that Mr. Gandhi's cult of the spinning wheel is the best London. capable leader also to grow their own food and, if needs be, to spin their own clothing material.

[To the Editor of the SPEcTATon.] Instead of sending our emigrants to spots already occupied

The advantages we have found in Coalite are : (as if they were on a desert island), communicating with the

Letchworth and Welwyn Garden Cities, according to which the hardships as the deprivation of such things, for instance, as -

(3) The bright red fire which it makes gives out great heat without tea, coffee, tobacco, &c., which their location maybe unable (4) It is much easier to light than coal, and very much easier than Greatly daring, Mr. Leakey suggests that a marriage dowry ticular form of pioneering required, that dowry to consist of

agreement for five or six years. This, with the probability of forthcoming children, should give the necessary stability to the

EMPLOY THE UNEMPLOYED enterprise. The author very wisely asks for no government [To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] assistance and relies solely upon the increment in the value of