What is good for the country is good for General Motors and vice versa.
There is no royal road; you've got to work a good deal harder than most people want to work.
The prices of raw materials do not fluctuate directly with the labour cost of producing them.
Canada has great natural resources, and its people have the spirit and ability to develop them.
Our expanding Canadian operations are concrete evidence of General Motors confidence in Canada.
Our thinking behind these agreements is that we want all jobs in General Motors to be good jobs.
Costs of manufactured articles importantly depend on the cost of raw materials as well as labour.
The thing that contributes to anyone's reaching the goal he wants is simple wanting that goal badly enough.
That the way to achieve higher standards of living for all is through science and technology, taking advantage of better tools, methods and organization.
But I have always liked bird dogs better than kennel-fed dogs myself--you know, one that will get out and hunt for food rather than sit on his fanny and yell.