April 6, 1949 (20th Parliament, 5th Session)

PC

John Thomas Hackett

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Hackett:

With great deference, Mr. Chairman, I am dealing with this particular item. I am pointing out that failure to take parliament into its confidence is leading the government astray in most important matters.

I am pointing out furthermore that this is but a renewed expression of the dictatorial methods which have been so prejudicial to Canada during the past ten years. I submit with great deference that so long as I can trace the dangers which are now confronting the country to a malady that has wrought harm elsewhere, I am entitled so to do.

Topic:   DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
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