The Social Credit Party of Canada (French: Parti Crédit social du Canada) was a conservative-populist political party in Canada that promoted social credit theories of monetary reform. It was the federal wing of the Canadian social credit movement.
Read more about Social Credit Party Of Canada: A Western Protest Movement: 1935–1961, Split Between Quebec and English Canadian Factions: 1963–1971, Decline: 1973–1980, Denouement: 1981–1993, Election Results (1935–1988), Attempted Revival, Leaders
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