Political Parties in the United States

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DescriptionParty
Trotskyist; sympathizer of the Fourth International
Leninism; was the voice of the USSR in America, but now has adopted a much softer line
libertarian; follows Ayn Rand's philosophy
constitutionalism, copyright reform, transparency
libertarian; one of the 'big three' minor parties
conservatism, anti-alcoholism; the oldest third party in the country
democratic socialist; focuses on the worker
Trotskyist; member of the International Committee for the Fourth International
anti-war party
left or liberal; one of the 'big three' minor parties
center-left or moderate liberal; one of the two major parties
Leninist; infamous for defending the 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary
centrism, economic nationalism; founded by Ross Perot
liberalism, progressivism; active primarily in New York
libertarian, not connected to the 19th century agrarian movement
one of the only neo-Nazi groups today to run candidates
paleoconservatism, White nationalism; based in California
DescriptionParty
right or conservative; one of the 'big three' minor parties
paleoconservative; originally from Utah
Leninism; one of the larger communist parties, Guevera is their logo
Trotskyism, socialist feminism; they tend to focus on feminism in particular
democratic socialist; active primarily in California
centrism, transpartisanship, veteran support
paleoconservative; broke off from the Reform Party
Christian conservative; founded by Alan Keyes
founded by former Salt Lake City mayor Rocky Anderson
Leninist, but historically Trotskyist; was the voice of American Trotskyism for a long time
centrism; formerly known as the New American Independent Party
center-right or moderate conservative; one of the two major parties
paleoconservatism; formerly known as the American Heritage Party
drug legalization
Trotskyist; member of the Committe for a Workers' International
centrism; rather than division, they like...

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