List of files tagged "DT"
David Taylor from personal archive. Scanned by Green History.
119 files found
Based on the 1972 Blueprint for New Zealand this was Values Party's shorter 1975 election manifesto
Full version of Blueprint for New Zealand by The Values Party published in 1972. The first green political manifesto.
Advert in Coventry Evening Telegraph 31st January 1973 calling for supporters.
Leaflet from 1974 for PEOPLE "Battle of Britain"
PEOPLE second leaflet from 1974.
PEOPLE first manifesto adopted at Conference June 1974.
"A Manifesto for Survival"
Basic information sheet about PEOPLE. Dating from after the June 74 conference but before the October election
A4 information sheet about PEOPLE and its key policies. Probably produced between July and October 1974. The handwritten annotation "Vote for Patterson (Liberal & People party Candidate)" indicates this was distributed by D.Taylor during a school mock election in October 1974. He was barred by the school from standing himself as a PEOPLE candidate, so formed an alliance with the boy (Patterson) standing for the Liberal Party. In the event they came a solid second to the Tory (it was a Public School)
List of PEOPLE members as distributed to new members. 221 names listed. Believed to date from around September 1974.
Letter from Clive Lord for PEOPLE to David Taylor in response to a request for more information. On the reverse is a statement of PEOPLE's position.
PEOPLE election poster/flyer for Lesley Whittaker in Coventry North West election 1974
First Ecology Party flyer. 1975.
French Ecologie movement 1977 manifesto for Paris city elections.
"ECOPOLIS: the new city of light" by Les Amis de Terre for Pais Ecologie.
A paper proposing for a New Political Alliance initially targeting the 1979 Euro Elections with a covering letter from Gerard Morgan-Grenville, the founder of CAT in Wales dated 18th July announcing a public meeting in London on 28th July. A future article here will look at the relationship of this initiative to the growing Ecology Party and the non-political Green Alliance which was set up by Morgan-Grenville and Maurice Ash in 1979.
OEM Manifesto 2nd Draft published October 1978. See also the article on OEM. It starts with a definition of Ecology, then some basic principles from which are derived a wide range of policies.
The first official Ecology Party General Election Manifesto. "The Real Alternative"
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