Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 12, Putanga 237, 20 Hōngongoi 1921, Page 4
Ia order 'to -ieize Trades* Union treasuries legal actions against several of the largest Unions have been taken to '«ai3.ke them financially liable for damages inflicted upon the employers or the •'public." One p£ th*"* most important ot these actions has been taken- by the Colorado -Coal Company against tho "united M-*-.-* Workers. Should the verdict be* in favour of the Company the- Union will be rmed £150,000 for activities in connection with a strike which" began in Arkansas eight years " °As argued before " the highest Court in the i&rul, • itUis case makes any effort t-> organise r.on-nrti-o**. Workers or io support them ia spontaneous strikes, a conspiracy by the g-diHy uuion agatast the- employer, and 'all the funds of such a guilty 'union are held available, cor. damages f-o the injured party. Equally, it is esoec.-ed that the Court v/ill make ■it. a crime for -sue- set oi workers .to strive through strikes to _ obtain as hi-rti compeus-xt'.uu for their labor as any other group Is obuunrug.