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Tuesday, 30 May 1972
Page: 2262

The TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN (Senator Wood - Order! The honourable senator should be allowed to proceed.

Senator CARRICK - If honourable senators opposite would read many statements by one man-

Senator Cavanagh - Give us the name of one man.

Senator CARRICK - I shall give honourable senators opposite the chapter and reference.

Senator Poyser - Put up or shut up.

Senator CARRICK - I shall put up. I commend the honourable senator to read the many utterances of Mr Percy Clarey when he was president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions. That is putting up. Now, will Senator Poyser complete the remainder of the contract? I ask him to read Mr Percy Clarey. He repeatedly said that it was utterly wrong to ally the two. I ask honourable senators whether I am wrong in quoting him as an authority? The second element of this proposed new section is the establishment of a task force.

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