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Tuesday, 10 November 1959

Mr MENZIES - I am very glad to have the assurance of my friend that the report is not very long. Perhaps I was weary at the time I read it, because it seemed to me to be a very long report indeed. It was not at that time, perhaps, published, as one might say, although a certain number of copies were available. I will get in touch with the Government of Queensland and ask whether there is any difficulty about having copies made available, although I would hesitate a little before undertaking the task of having it completely printed for general distribution. But I will find out about that, too. It is very largely a matter of what is involved. Certainly I shall do my best to see that every honorable member who wishes to read the report is furnished with a copy of it. But that, as the honorable member will understand, is not my business; it is the business of the Queensland Government, which obtained the report, but 1 see no reason to doubt that the Queensland Government would be quite agreeable to making it available.

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