To the Woman in the Home
THE LABOUR PARTY DEMANDS
GOOD HOUSES AT REASONABLE COST
NO RACK RENTS
NO DAMP, DARK, OVERCROWDED TENEMENTS
A Cottage with a Garden, a Minimum of Three Bedrooms, Hot and Cold Water laid on, a Bathroom.
A Parlour where the youngsters may do their lessons, where the big boys and girls may entertain their playfellows, and where the mothers and fathers may rest or see their friends.
A fair cottage set in a fair street, green with the shade of trees and the grass of playing-grounds.
A Larder which does not catch the sun.
No back projections to shut out sun and air.
Every Labour-saving device which common sense and science can invent.
NO SLUMS! NO CROWDED COURTS!
NO DISMAL ROWS OF DINGY DWELLINGS!