How would the CCF use power? Where does it stand on private enterprise? Does it want the State to run everything? What is its policy on war debts, social services, postwar reconstruction? Here are the answers to 33 vitally important questions by M. J. Coldwell, the CCF leader
M. J. COLDWELL’s office is a good introduction to the man. It is on the sixth floor of the centre block of the Parliament building in Ottawa and the windows look out upon the masonry and glass of a light well. The Ottawa river flows on grandly on the other side of four stout walls of sandstone and the majestic Laurentians are effectively masked by the stone and mortar of the Parliamentary restaurant.By GRANT DEXTER12 min
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