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This is evident in his last dispatch to the Globe from Ireland, in which he wrote, "And so, in spite of blunders, and crimes, and defeats - in spite of the greed and self-seeking and the ambitions of the demagogues - through bloodshed, and tears, and suffering, the cause of the people will prevail by slow degrees, and the accumulated and buttressed wrongs of centuries be overthrown.
The Toronto News was a reform newspaper that supported the Knights of Labor. Thompson also wrote many articles for Knights' journal The Palladium of Labor.
That year he was an official delegate to the convention of the Canadian Trades and Labor Congress. Thompson published The Politics of Labor in , an influential critique of the labor movement.
For a short period —91 he edited the radical weekly Labor Advocate. He was against monopolies, in favor of political involvement by workers, but did not support strikes.
He was hostile to corruption, particularly in local politics, and was in favor of public ownership of utilities. In the s he spent a year in France, England and Scotland with his family, sending reports to the Globe and the Mail that called for radical reform to a system in which the idle rich lived off the toil of the workers.
Thompson's radical views and his drift toward outright socialism made it hard for him to get regular work with the mainstream newspapers in Canada.
The family was usually short of money. Delia Thompson died in at the age of forty-seven. In they had a son, Phillips Whitman.
In , due to his reputation as a labor spokesman, he was made the Toronto correspondent for the Department of Labour's Labour Gazette , published in Ottawa, holding this position until he retired in Thomas Phillips Thompson spoke and wrote for the socialist movement until the s.
He died in Oakville, Ontario on 20 May , aged eighty-nine. Thomas Phillips Thompson. Newcastle upon Tyne , England.
During his long career as a portrait painter Thomas Phillips used a limited range of frame types. Although close parallels can be drawn with Thomas Lawrence 's frames, Phillips's own styles are quite distinctive and the frame on this self-portrait is more finely detailed than Lawrence's nearest equivalent NPG Very similar frames can be found on Phillips's Lord Thurlow , Palace of Westminster , and on his 2nd Duke of Northumberland , Petworth , the latter with heavier corners in the Lawrence style.
In one guise or another Phillips continued to use this type of frame for his portraits until the early s. Documentation relating to Phillips and framing is scarce but a letter of Lord Erskine's, instructing the artist to match the frames on portraits of Thurlow and Northumberland, versions of the portraits mentioned above, shows how one of Phillips's better patrons expected the artist to deal with matters of framing.
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