Some articles on social credit league, social credit:
... The smaller Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and Social Credit League were also included in the government, and had cabinet representation ... Later, Social Credit MLA Salome Halldorson and Conservatives Huntly Ketchen and John Poole also crossed to the opposition ... The Social Credit League split before the election, and most of its candidates campaigned against the coalition ...
... Assembly of Manitoba from 1936 to 1941 as a member of the Social Credit League ... The Social Credit League won only five seats (out of 55) in this election, but held the balance of power by maintaining John Bracken's Liberal-Progressive ... Social Credit split on the coalition issue, and Halldorson broke with the rest of her caucus to serve as the legislature's second opposition member ...
... 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 ...
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