Mr. LEVI THOMSON:
I do not think
the Government of this country has a right, under the present circumstances, to refuse to carry on and to do so in accordance with the wishes of this Parliament. Our men at the front did not find things always to suit them, but they carried on, and what would have happened to us if they had not carried on? The obligation to carry on is just as strong on the Government as it was on them, so that I hope we have heard the last of this threat, veiled or otherwise, of resignation.
Mr. MeMASTER: Why support the Government then?
Subtopic: COMMITTEE ON SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT.
Sub-subtopic: DEBATE ON CONCURRENCE IN REPORT OP THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE.