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Encyclopedia > American Party

A political party by the name of the American Party has existed several times in the United States:

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Know-Nothing movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (912 words)
In 1854 members of the American Party stole and destroyed the block of granite contributed by Pope Pius IX for the Washington Monument.
The American Party remained strong on the local and state levels in many northern states, but by the Election of 1860, they were no longer a serious national political movement.
In New York City, the American Party degenerated into a local political party and allegedly nativist street gang that was the principal opponent of the immigrant-based Tammany Hall.
American Nazi Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (513 words)
The American Nazi Party was an American Neo-Nazi political party formed in February 1959 by George Lincoln Rockwell.
In 1970, NSWPP member Frank Collin broke away from the group and founded the National Socialist Party of America which became famous due to its attempt to march through Skokie, Illinois; a community with a large Jewish population and a number of survivors of the Nazi genocide.
It was formerly known as the European American Education Association and is based in Eastpointe, Michigan.
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