In Regina, where it held its first convention in 1933, the Socialist Co-operative Commonwealth Federation last week held a political powwow with a new purpose. C.C.F.'s aim, in what may be the party's decisive year: to get its leaders talking the same language all across Canada.
There was need for such uniformity. At the Regina meeting C.C.F.ers could see in their topmost leaders the diversity that has often made Canada's newest, lustiest party seem short on teamwork.
From British Columbia, where militant labor is strong, came dark, intense Harold Winch, who talks...