Civic Progress Party - 20 point policy

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Creator Civic Progress Party
Title Civic Progress Party - 20 point policy
Place of publication Brisbane
Publisher Civic Progress Party
Open Access Status Other
Series [Far Right Wing Ephemera]
Type image
Original Format tif
Source Fryer Library ephemera collection FVF116_C30.2
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 210303 Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Abstract/Summary Civic Progress Party - 20 point policy
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Civic Progress Party. (1958) Objectives - To select and endorse suitable candidates for election as aldermen to the city of Brisbane on a no salary, non-political and non-sectarian basis, with the proviso that they be subject to recall; progressive liquidation of the city's 49 million pounds consolidated debt; reduction of rates and other charges; to implement a system of local government based on the shire system. Publicists - A.E. Balry, Gladys Edwards, A. Plant, Jean Reville.
Keyword Local government -- Queensland -- Brisbane
Brisbane (Qld.). Council
Civic Progress Party

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