Mr. Speaker, I am afraid
the hon. member has missed my point, because the whole battle I am carrying on is for the workingmen of Canada. Does not he think that the big interests are quite able to voice their own wants? If the workingmen of Canada do not find members in this House to voice their wants, they are not likely to be heard. When the delegation of motor manufacturers interview the government this week will they not be vocal? What about the great masses of the people all over the Dominion who are buying low-priced cars, will they be in a position to present their wants, their ideas and their claims to the government? They will not be in the same advantageous position as our manufacturers. I am not finding fault with the manufacturers of Canada in looking after 'their interests, but I want my hon. friend t.o understand that I at least am speaking here on behalf of the masses of the Dominion.
Subtopic: CONTINUATION OF DEBATE ON THE ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE.