There are no insuperable constitutional difficulties.
It is a great privilege for any man to become a member of the Senate.
We are deeply conscious of the fact that our north and west must be developed.
The people of Australia would be staggered to learn that Australia has no national development plan.
We must have as clear a picture as we can of the Australia that we want to achieve at the end of that time.
Where there is a will there is a way. And this must be the way not of compulsion but of cooperation... No government and no plan can succeed without it.
The Australian people want to help build this country into a great nation. This budget... has not realized the capacity of the Australian people. It has underestimated them. It has let us down.
The Menzies Government, by its participation in the plans for the development of other nations, can see the virtue of planning for them but apparently cannot see the virtue of a plan for Australia.