I understand that the leader of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation would call himself a socialist. I do not think he would deny that, and as I understand socialism one of the fundamental and integral parts of the program of socialism is the socialization of land. It has been said that there are only two sources of wealth, land and labour, and some would add capital; but I know this, that from the land all things come and to the land all things must go. I have asked on the platform in the Brandon by-election, and on many platforms in Manitoba, for the reason why the socialist party in this House of Commons have not in their platform the socialization of land.
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