The Social Credit Party of Canada colloquially known as the Socreds, was a
conservative-populist political party in Canada that promoted social credit
Oct 7, 2015 ... In 1935 Aberhart led the new Social Credit Party to victory in Alberta, capturing
56 of 63 provincial Legislature seats with 54 per cent of the ...
Mar 4, 2004 ... Social Credit Party (Socred), French Parti du Crédit Social, minor Canadian
political party founded in 1935 by William Aberhart in Alberta and ...
The Social Credit Party of Canada (French: Parti Crédit social du Canada)
colloquially known as the Socreds, was a conservative-populist political party in ...
The grassroots movement grew into the Social Credit Party when other Alberta
political ... In September 1935, Social Credit took 56 of 63 seats in the Alberta ...
Because of the word social in “Social Credit”, some people assume it to be a form
of Socialism or political party, and automatically reject it.
Although the Social Crediters campaigned under the New Democracy label for
the 1940 federal election, the party reverted to 'social Credit" for the 1945 ...
Proposes the implementation of social credit economics in Alberta.
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Jan 18, 2016 ... This Historical look at the Alberta Social Credit League starts with the depression
conditions of Alberta in the 1930's and the intense longing of ...
The Liberal party post-1935 had some of the best policies, and was one of the
few The-Social-Credit-party governments that actually succeeded in