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of our case I do not suppose I shall be disclosing any secret if I say that We have used this freedom intelligently and reasonably. I think it alSo follows, having regard to the presentation of the T.R.T.A. case, that every trader or manufacturer who values freedom to use his own vehicle should be a member of the T.R.T.A.—because• there is no other organization to do this job."
Mr. Featherstone summarised the T.R.T.A.'s immediate tasks under four headings: to see that the road transport story was properly put across in the face of a climate of public opinion not basically sympathetic to the lorry; to resist the pressure for traffic to be directed from road to rail, while being ready to examine the possible benefits of an improved rail service; to see that, in the light of the Buchanan Report, reasonable facilities exist to get goods into the shops; and to present a comprehensive case to the Geddes Committee.