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Tuesday, 26 October 1971
Page: 2482


Mr GORTON - My question is addressed to the Prime Minister. Will he read the speech to which the Leader of the Opposition referred in order that it will be clear to him, the Prime Minister, that my remarks were not directed towards what has happened in the past in the attack on inflation but rather towards a discussion of what proper action would be now should that inflation continue? 1 am sure that if he reads that speech his belief in my wisdom will be reinforced.


Mr McMAHON - If the right honourable gentleman will extend to me the courtesy of letting me have a copy of the speech 1 assure him I will read it on the trip between Australia and San Francisco, or if I am unable to do that, I will read it when I am on shore in Honolulu. If the right honourable gentleman will let me have a copy of his speech fairly quickly I will make up my mind whether the contents deserve further study.







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