NEW POLITICAL PARTY
Announcing the formation of a new political party, to be called the United Liberal Co-operative party, the Dominion organiser, Mr. A. E. Davy, in a statement to-day, said that immediate action was being taken to secure a full complement of candidates to go to the polls next year. In view of the war situation, political campaigning would not start until the usual time prior to an election. The basic principle behind the party, it was stated, was to secure the establishment within New Zealand of social, industrial, economic and political life on the basis of a cooperative State.
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NEW POLITICAL PARTY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 287, 4 December 1941
NEW POLITICAL PARTY Auckland Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 287, 4 December 1941
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