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Labour-Progressive Party clippings

Compilation of clippings taken from issues of The Leader-Post and the Regina Daily Star pertaining to Labour-Progressive Party (forerunner of the Communist Party) activity in Regina, and opposition thereof, leading up to the 1936 Regina civic election and the 1938 Saskatchewan general election. Articles include, "Bitter Attack on Communists by Regina's Mayor" (The Leader-Post, Regina, morning, Nov. 18, 1936); "Urges Skunk be Used for Party Symbol" (Regina Daily Star, June 7, 1938); "McManus Disappointed with Ellison" (The Leader-Post, evening, April 25, 1938); "Ellison Attacks Reds and Runs in Regina as Straight Laborite" (The Leader-Post, evening, April 23, 1938); and "Cheers for Mayor as Leftists Boo" (The Leader-Post, evening, May 28, 1938).