File Political Pamphlets - CCF (Sask.) - No. 11 to 20 - Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 11 to 20

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Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 11 to 20

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Political Pamphlets - CCF (Sask.) - No. 11 to 20

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  • 1935 or after to 1946 (Creation)

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No. 11: Leaflet entitled The Sensational Record of a CCF Government: 83 Facts About Saskatchewan, published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 4 p.

No. 12: Leaflet entitled The Farmer and The CCF, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 8 p.

No. 13: Booklet entitled March of Freedom: How mankind's struggles with economic forces have produced the C.C.F., by Frank G. Hanson, Director of Education, CCF, Sask. Section. Illustrations by E.N. Yates and Dan Yee Clun. 1946. 88 p. Published by Service Printing Co. Ltd, Regina, Saskatchewan.

No. 14: Leaflet entitled How the CCF Got Started, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p. ca. 1942.

No. 15: Booklet entitled Humanity First! What the CCF Government has done in Saskatchewan. 1945. 16 p. (original and photocopy).

No. 16: Three different leaflets entitled Instructions to Scrutineers, issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 17: Leaflet entitled Is Total War Possible While Profits Predominate?, by F.C.W. Reprinted from Saskatchewan Commonwealth and issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1 p.

No. 18: Leaflet entitled Let the Record Speak! The CCF in the Legislature. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1943 or after]. 8 p.

No. 19: Leaflet entitled Let There Be No Blackout of Health, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1935 or after]. 4 p.

No. 20: Leaflet entitled Marching Home to What? The CCF Message to the Men and Women in the Armed Forces. 1945. 4 p. Issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. Includes letter from Delmar Valleau, MLA and member of the Canadian Armed Forces.

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