CANADA: Social Credit Improved

Swarming into their provincial capital at Edmonton last week, breezy, homespun Alberta citizens witnessed a low-hat, soft-collared inauguration exactly to their taste. Some of the legislators present were in sweaters. None of their wives ventured evening dress. The King's representative, Lieut.-Governor William Legh Walsh, who once grubbed for gold as a Yukon prospector, appeared in a grey suit and blue shirt to induct as Premier the mystically magnetic Calgary High School principal whose year-old Social Credit Party has just smashed all others in Alberta, winning 56 out of a possible 63 seats...

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