Taped during the Credit Party congress in 1973, this video paints a portrait of the party outsider and leadership candidate, Yvon Dupuis. The documentary exposes the doubt which clouds the politician's sincerity. The party's history is defined by an organizer who describes Dupuis' speech as non-creditist. During the congress, the main points of credit ideology are discussed by members of the party, which includes economic solutions through monetary policy, traditionalism, Catholicism and anti-Communism. Photographic stills and articles from the newspaper "Vers Demain" illustrates their words. The video captures the populist appeal of the congress and illustrates the socio-economic background of party members. In an interview, Michel Chartrant declares that the congress is important and its goals are political.
The quality of this video varies due to older technologies and image degradation.
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