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Friday, 21 September 1928

Mr GREGORY - An intolerable tyranny is being exercised in Australia by a disgruntled minority, and if a man defies the leaders of an industrial organization that is acting illegally, his prospects of again obtaining work m Australia are almost hopeless.

Mr Blakeley - The honorable member is talking absolute rot. Every decision emanating from a trade union organization is arrived at at a general meeting, and not by a few individuals.

Mr GREGORY - The honorable member has a greater, knowledge of them than I. Thank God I have not been associated with organizations which demand impunity from wrong doing.

Mr Blakeley - It is a pity that the honorable member has not been associated with them, as he would then not be talking such utter rot.

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