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Subject:[socialcredit] "Socialism and Social Credit"
Date:Sunday, June 7, 2009  09:31:21 (-0700)
From:william_b_ryan <william_b_ryan @.....com>


Bill McGunnigle suggested that I contact the Labour Party for a copy of the
"Socialism and Social Credit" pamphlet, published in 1935.  I took his
advice and contacted the Labour Party, which replied that their archive was
maintained by the People's History Museum.  I went to the People's History Museum
Website and found this message:

"The museum galleries based at the Pump House are currently closed to the public
for re-development.  A new People's History Museum is planned to re-open in late
2009. For more information, see The New Museum section."

I emailed them anyway, and was pleasantly surprised when they promptly replied
that they were going to photo-copy the publication, and mail it to me.  I
received the photo-copy a few days later through the Post Office.  They first
said that there would be a six pound charge for the service, but once they
realized I was in America, they sent it to me without charge.  I thank them for
their graciousness.

My first priority is to scan the document into an electronic version, which I
will directly email to anyone who requests it.  The document will be too large to
forward through Elistas.

My next step will be to convert it to plain text, which I will post to this
list.




      

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