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Note from Lesley Whittaker on ‘Origins of today’s Green Parties and the Movement for Survival’ by David Taylor
The first that Tony (Whittaker, my husband, and partner in our legal practice) and I knew about the Movement for Survival was when I picked up a copy of The Ecologist in January 1972 from WH Smith’s in Coventry. We were, like many others at that time, concerned about the state of the world environment and the social and political issues arising both in the UK and globally.
This contribution by David Taylor is some of his personal memories of the very early years 1974-1979
During the February 1974 General Election when I was sixteen I read in my father's Daily Telegraph about PEOPLE. They ran five candidates at that election. I was immediately interested as the article stated that this new movement based its policies on protecting the environment, so I wrote to them for information. Clive Lord, then the national secretary, responded, and I joined.