Mr. Macdonnell (Greenwood):
I want to add just one word to what I said this afternoon on this subject. I was bold enough to suggest that the people of this country do believe that suggestions made by their representatives in parliament are perhaps entitled to a little more weight than just any other representations. The parliamentary assistant rather just swept me out with the dust with the remark, as affecting as it was unexpected, that he did not wish to have his views considered more than those of any other person in Canada, if I understood him correctly.
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