Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 11, Putanga 194, 1 Mahuru 1920, Page 3
Against the One Big Union of Australian capitalism you have got to resort to some other kind of action than (lie action of trade unions. . . You can 'use the ballot to progate onr ideas, and whenever possible to safeguard our organisation, but to obtain the control of industry, action must proceed from the shop. . . . Mass action has no connection with deeds of terrorism or violence. Anyone who i argues that mass-action means violence is either a scheming moderate Socialist, or unaware of what ha is discussing.—Jack Carney, in Melbourne "Socialist"