|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] "Socialism and Social Credit"|
|Date:||Sunday, June 7, 2009 10:57:40 (-0600)|
|From:||Bob Taft <rbtaft @.........net>
|In reply to:||Message 6808 (written by william_b_ryan)|
Great Bill, I'll look forward to seeing this.
The Taft Ranch
"We hang the petty thieves and appoint
the great ones to public office." Aesop
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2009 10:31 AM
Subject: [socialcredit] "Socialism and Social Credit"
> 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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