Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 11. 1965.
THIS ARTICLE, by Miss M. H. H. King, MA, tells some ol the early history of the Social Credit movement before its emergence as a political party.
Miss King has relied on her personal recollections and those of others associated with the early days of the movement, including Mr. J. N. Blaymires of Te Puke, Mr. Harold Fin/ay of Hawera, Mr. H. J. Angus of Tauranga, Mr. H. W . Chiles of Dunedin, and Mr. W. B. Owen ol Christchurch.
The period of New Zealand political history this article covers is not well known, and Salient leels that it will be of interest to all interested in New Zealand politics.