Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 4 March 30, 1938
"Are Communism and Fascism radical enough?" was the question put by the Rev. James Linton. M.A. traveling Secretary of the S.C.M.; to a meeting on Thursday night. Man's efforts in the past to change, society had been a sorry failure and we were beginning to see that changes of a more radical and fundamental kind than those offered by either Communism or Fascism were necessary. If we were going to face social questions in a spirit or realism, we must demand a revolution-a revolution in human personality. Around us we could see the signs of the beginnings of that revolution. All over the world men and women were being changed. Selfishness was being changed into unselfishness, impurity into purity, pride into humility.