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After the election notices to quit were showered upon the tenants. What happened? They were turned out by the score on to the roadside because they dared to vote according to their consciences. But they woke the spirit of the mountains, the genius of freedom that fought the might of the Normans for two centuries. There was such a feeling aroused amongst the people that, ere it was done, the political power of landlordism in Wales was shattered, as effectually as the power of the Druids. It is my first memory of politics, and that is why I am proud to be President of the Gladstone League.

(Lloyd George, speech at Queen’s Hall, London, 23 March 1910, The Times, 24 March 1910 [Tip: daliwch Ctrl a chliciwch dolen i'w agor mewn tab newydd. (Cuddio tip)] )