I do, but the argument of the minister was that we are appointing these men for seven years, making them dictators so that they will get away from political interference. What I am endeavouring to make clear is that the political interference which may have bedevilled this road in the minds of some hon. gentlemen opposite and of a section of the public is political interference which put branch lines over on the Canadian National; not that which might interefere with detailed operation, such as the appointment of a watchman. These trustees are not getting us away from political interference in the harmful sense; that is the point I am trying to make. If they are not going to do
any good to the road other than keep some member of parliament from a back concession from having one of his friends appointed brakeman or having someone appointed to sweep out the Union station here, if that is all we are going to appoint dictators for, I submit that one year is enough, or perhaps six months. That is the position I take.