Social Credit League of BC

SOCIAL CREDIT LEAGUE OF BC originated in VANCOUVER in 1932 as the Douglas Social Credit Study Group, an informal discussion group organized by journalist Henry Torey to investigate and promote the ideas of Social Credit. Following a visit to Vancouver by Maj C.H. DOUGLAS in 1934, and the electoral success of the SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY in the Alberta election of Aug 1935, the study group incorporated itself as the League and began to organize politically. In the 1937 provincial election it received...

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