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Henderson, on the othert hand, rapidly matured in experience and gained gna popularity. But there was little conflict between the two men. Henderson was content to regard MacDonald as by far the most suitable parliamentary spokesman, for he had a high regard for his abilities. Their co-operation provided the party with an effective working team, and this accounts for the re-election of MacDonald as chairman of the parliamentary party in each successive session from 191 I to the outbreak of war.
The new draft therefore arranged for the opening of the local Labour Parties to individual membership, so that it would no longer be necessary for the Labour Party supporter to secure his membership of the party through one of the affiliated Socialist societies or trade unions. The composition of the Executive was to be changed : out of a proposed total of twenty-one seats, no less than five were to be reserved for nominees of local Labour Parties and another four for women. The remaining seats would be available for the nominees of trade unions and Socialist societies, between whom no distinction now remained.
Ers- MacDonald had long worn the martyr's crown as the principal opponent of the war. The 52 The MacDonald Leadership (1922-31) Clydeside men were soon to regret their choice, because of the very moderate tone of MacDonald's domestic policies. But by then it was too late : for the 'leader' as he had become benefited from the sturdy loyalty of the trade unionists, who gave him the same trust as they themselves would have expected from the rank and file of a trade union during an industrial strike.