When did Workers Party of the United States end?
Workers Party of the United States ended in 1936.
Polish United Workers' Party ended in 1990.
Workers' Council of the United States ended in 1921.
Whig Party - United States - ended in 1856.
Natural Law Party - United States - ended in 2004.
Liberal Republican Party - United States - ended in 1876.
Social Democratic Party - United States - ended in 1901.
United States Independence Party ended in 1914.
American Workers Party ended in 1934.
Wage Workers Party ended in 1910.
Polish Workers' Party ended in 1948.
Mexican Workers' Party ended in 1987.
Jewish Socialist Workers Party ended in 1917.
Zionist Socialist Workers Party ended in 1917.
Independent Jewish Workers Party ended in 1903.
Communist Workers Party of Catalonia ended in 2000.
Independent Workers' Party of Germany ended in 1952.
Workers' Party of North Korea ended in 1949.
Socialist Workers' Party of Finland ended in 1923.
Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party ended in 1989.
The Liberty party wanted to end slavery by having it declared unconstitutional. The Liberty party argued that enslaving a person was in direct conflict with the United States constitution.
Communist Workers Party - Denmark - ended in 1994.
Workers' Communist Party - Norway - ended in 2007.
Workers' Party - Czech Republic - ended in 2010.
National Socialist Workers' Party of Denmark ended in 1945.
National Socialist Workers' Party - Sweden - ended in 1945.
United Bahamian Party ended in 1971.
United Australia Party ended in 1945.
United Newfoundland Party ended in 1934.
German National Socialist Workers' Party - Czechoslovakia - ended in 1933.
United Ulster Unionist Party ended in 1984.
United Egyptian Communist Party ended in 1958.
Peace United Family Party ended in 2008.
United New Democratic Party ended in 2008.
The Know Nothing Party of the mid-1800s fought to end immigration into the United States. The party's most famous leader was President Millard Fillmore.
In the United States, the term 'liberals' is applied to people who are proponents of the Democratic party, or other minority parties, like the Green Party. 'Conservatives' are people who fall politically at the other end of the spectrum, and typically vote for the Republican party.
Scottish Socialist Party United Left ended in 2007.
Movement for a United Communist Party of Greece ended in 1996.
In the United States, slavery was brought to end by the emancipation proclamation of President Lincolon and Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which ended slavery in the United States in 1865.
United Arab States ended in 1961.
Scottish United Trades Councils Labour Party ended in 1893.
United States Secretary of War ended in 1947.
United States Grazing Service ended in 1946.
Newcomen Society of the United States ended in 2007.
Second Bank of the United States ended in 1841.
Presbyterian Church in the United States ended in 1983.
First Bank of the United States ended in 1811.
Guardian - United States - ended in 1992.
Republic of the United States of Indonesia ended in 1950.
United States Department of War ended in 1949.
United States Court for China ended in 1943.