Ontario Social Credit

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Social Epistemology
... Social epistemology is a broad set of approaches to the study of knowledge, all of which construe human knowledge as a collective achievement ... Another way of positioning social epistemology is as the study of the social dimensions of knowledge ... One of the enduring difficulties with defining social epistemology is defining what knowledge means in this context ...
John C. Turmel - Political Activity - Social Credit
... His application to run as a Social Credit candidate was rejected by party leader Fabien Roy ... Because of the death of the Social Credit candidate in Frontenac riding in Quebec during the election, a by-election was held in March ... Turmel ran again as an independent against the Social Credit candidate ...
Social Credit Party Of Ontario - 1940s and 1950s
... Social Credit appears to have been inactive in Ontario until 1945 when eight candidates stood in the province for the federal party in the 1945 federal election ... The Ontario Social Credit Party ran three candidates in the 1945 provincial election ... In 1946, the Ontario Social Credit movement split as a result of Ernest Manning's growing hostility to Douglasites and anti-Semites in the movement ...
Edmund Burke Society
... EBS members of the Ontario Social Credit Party in the early 1970s managing to take it over by 1972 when the Social Credit Party of Canada expelled them resulting in two rival Ontario Social ... In 1971, three of five Ontario Social Credit candidates in the 1971 provincial eleciton were identified as EBS members ...
Social Credit Party Of Ontario - Later Years
... Reg Gervais was leader of the Ontario Social Credit Party in 1981 and announced prior to the March 1981 provincial election that he planned to run in Nickel Belt, but did ... Turmel claimed to be the interim leader of the Ontario Social Credit Party during the campaign running 5 candidates in the Ottawa area ... In October 1981, the Ontario Social Credit Party conducted a leadership convention ...

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