“There certainly has been no indecision about General Smuts' way of taking up a clear challenge; not, of course, that the challenge from the rioters on the Rand was personal to him. He received it as the chosen head man of the European .Democracy in South Africa. It was no individual will, but the will of the majority—evidently a vast majority—of South African voters."
“Labour will not be victorious whilst it merely strikes and starves. It must take control of production and distribution before it can achieve anything.”
“They must show themselves able and ready to supply their own needs and those of the proletarian community as a whole.”
“The questions the locked-out workers have to ask themselves are just these :—
1. 'Why should we suffer want in a land of plenty? ’
2. 'How can we avoid doing so? ”