No, Mr. Speaker. We are talking about the commanding heights of the economy, those sectors of the economy which have a controlling influence on the economic destiny of the nation. As we have said before, we believe in public ownership wherever it is socially desirable and wherever it is indicated that it is in the best interests of the nation. We believe in much larger development of the co-operative enterprise. We believe there is a tremendous opportunity for socially desirable and socially responsible legitimate free enterprise, which is found largely in smaller industries, community industries and services, small businesses, farming and so on. In those sectors you will find economic organizations or groups themselves, under a change in our philosophy, directing their own destiny, working together co-operatively in accord with a national plan which has in mind the over-all planning we suggest. We believe there is a great amount that government can do by giving some direction and some guidance, some central purpose, to the development of our economy. In those large sectors we suggest planning as I have mentioned, and in these other sectors we suggest the influence of government, smaller group organization and co-operation to bring about the same result.
Subtopic: ALLEGED LACK OF ECONOMIC GROWTH