This is one side of the house where I am not subjected to any party whip. On this side of the house we as Liberals can get up and speak our minds and meet our fellow members the next day without being criticized. If we do not get reform from this side of the house it will be a sorry day for Canada, because this is the only place from which reforms have come for Canada from the beginning right down to the present day. William Lyon Mackenzie stood up for the common man, the worker and the farmer, and the Liberal party still does that today.
I agree with the speaker who has just sat down that this country of ours which can produce five times as much as we consume will never stand for another depression such as we had from 1930 to 1935. There was only one thing we were short of in that period and that was dollar bills. We had hogs, we had cattle, we had butter, we had meat, we had
coal, and all we wanted) of those things. The only thing we were short of was dollar bills, and the Liberal government will see that we are not short of them again.
I am sorry that the hon. member for Kamloops is not in his seat at the moment.