I have been accused by hon. members opposite of speaking too much and thus wasting the time of the house but now the hon. member wishes me to speak at greater length. I do not know which course I am to follow although I would have liked to satisfy both sides.
We find to-day a change of feeling. We find that throughout this country men and women in all walks of life are beginning to consider seriously the economic situation facing us at the present time. A great many people believe that it is time for a change. I do not refer to a change of government, although I believe there are many people who voting as they did last year feel to-day that a change is needed. I find it so in my constituency, and I suppose what prevails in my constituency will be symptomatic of other constituencies.
The Address-Mr. Lawson