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|Letter from Austen Chamberlain, Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham to Mr Haig, 12 December 1894
|Thanks Haig for his letter and notes that his own experience with the Social Programme agrees with Haig's. His advice to candidates is to 'use no other' and to constituencies to 'see you get it'. He makes reference to a forthcoming declaration from McEwan and criticises Lord Rosebery's speeches as 'nothing could be worse or more childish'