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A Month's Drive for Subscriptions is On

on Wednesday, 01 February 1956. Posted in Social Credit apostolate

The Institute of Political Action publishes two Social Credit papers: Vers Demain for French readers, Social Credit for English readers.

The French organ, now in its 17th year, has a list of paid subscribers fluctuating between 65,000 and 75,000. The English organ was born at a more recent date; the present issue is the third of its second volume of 12 numbers, and goes to 2,556 subscribers.

Our movement does not look to electioneering for the advent of a Social Credit civilization. We believe in education and right action. And both our English and French organs are directed to that end. Enlighten the reader; then move and train him to action, to vindicate the rights of the individual, as against the domination by Money power and against the planning of his life by the State.

Control of the news and control of opinion are now in the same hands as the control of finance, and of politics through subservient political parties. This control can only be broken by an independent Social Credit press. Of this, our movement is more and more convinced. And Social Crediters are all urged to help build up this Social Credit press: they alone can do it.

Just consider your own case. How did you come to know of this paper? Would you receive it today, had not someone else first shown you the paper and invited you to subscribe?

What has been done for you, may be done by you for another. This is the way our list of readers is increased in some places, maintained in others. We have no commercial concern. We have no paid canvassers. We do have canvassers, and would very much like to find many more, who would go from door to door, on their week ends and in other times of leisure, looking for subs. But all are volunteers. They do it without receiving any pay, without keeping any commission, whatever the amount they may collect in subscriptions.

Our two papers could not be kept alive without this crusading spirit. We do not get, and do not look for, one cent in commercial advertising, and not one cent from any party funds. This preserves the full freedom and independence of our Social Credit press.

Every subscriber is invited to seek subscriptions in his locality. Yourself can do it. Just ask a person two dollars for one year's service (12 issues), and send the money, with the name and full address of the new subscriber, to Social Credit, Box. 27, Delorimier Station, Montreal. You will find a subscription form for that purpose at the bottom of a page in each issue. But you may also use any other slip of paper. The form has a line for the remitter's name, your name, so that we can send you a receipt. We send no receipt to the new subscriber, but the first issue that reaches, him, with a band carrying his name and address on the front page, acknowledges that his money has duly reached this office.

From time to time every four months — the Institute of Political Action organizes a special drive for subscriptions. One such drive is presently under way and will last the whole month of February. An objective of 12,000 subs, either to Vers Demain or to Social Credit, has been set for this month. Hundreds of active Social Crediters have set themselves individual objectives running to 25, 50, 75, and even 100 subs in the four weeks of the month.

Not all feel themselves capable of aiming so high. But who cannot raise at least one subscription in a month? This is the modest individual part we are asking from every present subscriber of Social Credit. If every subscriber got another subscriber before the end of February, the March issue would go to twice as many homes as this February issue. That would be a big jump,, wouldn't it. But Social Credit needs such jumps to blaze the trail into the large English-reading population of Canada not yet informed, or, at best, misinformed, of the Social Credit doctrine and the Social Credit movement.

Just read this. What next? Your answer is: I will get one subscription before I turn my calendar page from February to March. And to be sure to get it in time, I will set to it this very day: this neighbor... this friend... that pal at work... Through this effort of mine, Social Credit will grow. And who knows? This subscriber may himself later, perhaps sooner than later, become a zealous propagandist of Social Credit.

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