Socialist Party

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Related to Socialist Party: Communist Party, socialism, National Socialist Party
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Noun1.Socialist Party - a political party in the United States formed in 1900 to advocate socialism
party, political party - an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
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He stood high in the councils of the socialist party, was one of the leaders, and was the acknowledged leader in the philosophy of socialism.
1880 to 1890 he devoted most of his energy to work for the Socialist party, of which he became a leader.
The Socialist party was a really democratic political organization--it was controlled absolutely by its own membership, and had no bosses.
The Socialist party in Berlin are strong and increasing.
Oshiomhole said 'As a governing party, our level is to see how we can deepen relations between our party and the socialist party in Venezuela.
His Highness the Amir receives the President of the Lebanese Progressive Socialist Party
One of them said that, despite losing the budget vote, the Socialist party and the Government are still considering "all options".
Which is why the Scottish Socialist Party supports the immediate government implementation of a PS10 per hour living minimum wage, tied to inflation, and minimum 16-hour contracts for all who would like them.
BEIRUT: A Lebanese Forces and Progressive Socialist Party list headed by Social Affairs Minister Pierre Bou Assi was officially registered at the Interior Ministry Thursday.
Mr Beckett told the Socialist Party event that "our responsibility" is to "call on Labour councils to act as socialists," according to the report on the Socialist Party website.
The official Twitter account of the Socialist Party tweeted a photo of the MP addressing the event, and reported that he said: "In the Labour Party nationalisation is no longer a dirty word and, you know what, neither is socialism".

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