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Tuesday, 23 November 1965

Mr McEWEN - I shall be very glad to give the honorable member, who was Minister for Commerce and Agriculture in the Labour Government, the benefit of the attitude of my Party and myself. My attitude is that neither the Australian Country Party nor its parliamentary members should decide what is the correct policy for a primary industry. It has always been the policy of my Party that those who produce, own and sell a product are the best judges of the way in which their own property should be treated. It is the function of my Party to see that the will of those who produce and own the product is carried into legislative and administrative effect.

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