This impression many socialist workingmen had, and the “case Millerand” strengthened it in them.
After the expulsion of Millerand, the two parties united in 1905 at Rouen.
When Millerand was first asked to take a cabinet portfolio his friend Jaurès told him to accept.
The congress was composed largely of friends of Millerand and Jaurès.
Guesde, present at the banquet, approved and “applauded” the definition of Socialism given by Millerand.
The Socialists made it plain that Millerand's procedure was not Socialism.
To this Millerand added lay and official members and greatly increased its efficiency.
The Millerand episode left a deep impression on the public mind.
Millerand took great care to perfect the organization of trade unions.
Millerand's activity had taken the fear out of their hearts.