"I am a reformer, but I am not a Mackenzie King Liberal. I will tell the whole world that, and I hope he hears me."

With this fare-thee-well three years ago, the sleek, sharp-tongued, C. I. O.-hating bad boy of Canadian politics, Ontario's Premier Mitchell Frederick Hepburn, broke with his Party chief, Canada's Prime Minister. Ever since then the two men have avoided and talked about each other like a couple of feuding Corsicans. Last week Mitchell Hepburn took a potshot at William Lyon Mackenzie King.

Into Ontario's Legislature Premier Hepburn introduced a resolution condemning the Ottawa Government's alleged inefficiency in...

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