Maoriland Worker, Volume 11, Issue 191, 11 August 1920, Page 3
Direct action, or attempts to bring about changes by force are the direct ! result of there being no other means available, and if the Socialist Party of America, or any other radical Labor party, is precluded from having their candidates elected, or unseated after they arc elected, by the legislative body which largely represents the vested interests, then the workers would have no other ..weapon than direct action, and all (he laws passed, and all the courts, could not prevent the workers taking the only method left (o them to bring about those: changes which the development of society demands, and which must be made, or the people perish. These changes will be brought about, not i because a few Socialists^ predict, that they must and will be made, but because of the evolution that is taking place in the methods of production, and which must of necessity bring about political changes, and eventually the downfall of capitalism, and the establishment of the new order based on production for use.—B. C. Federalionist.