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Excerpt from To the Students
I take this opportunity to speak to the students, in the simplest way, as their friend, about things which seem to me to be of great importance. I must, however, make one point as clear as possible, before I begin; and that is, that I am in no sense whatever a leader, nor do I wish for one moment to be a leader. I wish simply to be regarded as an elder brother and friend, who has spent all his life among students and among poor people, and. Has studied 'student problems' and 'labour problems' more than any others. This implies that I shall write, in the only way that I can write, -merely, as a fellow-student who may often make mistakes What I write may be either accepted or refused, without any injury to the real leadership which is in other's hands; for, as I have said again and again, I am not a politician, who deals with methods, but a thinker, who deals with ideas. I am sure to go wrong, if I suggest methods; but I hope and trust and pray to God to give me right guidance, when I deal with ideas and principles. C. F. A. X.
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