Mr. Garland (Bow River):
Even the right to work is denied them.
Then Mr. Woodsworth quoted a passage which I would be quite happy to read, if necessary. It is a quotation from the Vancouver Province suggesting that this is the kind of thing that could happen, but Mr. Woodsworth gives his own comment on that quotation and says:
We in our group are out to try to bring about the end in view by peaceful and orderly methods.
Mr. Woodsworth went out of his way in that speech to assert the position he always took-some of us know it very well because of our contact with him-namely, that violence and force were not weapons to be used. If ever there was a man in this house who believed in non-violence, it was J. S. Woodsworth. For it to be suggested that there was any similarity between the things he stood for and communism is, I suggest, a gross distortion of the position taken in this house by one of the finest men who ever graced the parliament of Canada.
Topic: GOVERNMENT ORDERS
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