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Encyclopedia > Progressive Party
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The term Progressive Party is used to describe several groups, both past and present, around the world.

See also: Progressive Democratic Party, Progress Party list of political parties


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Progressive Party (United States) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (752 words)
That responsibility fell to the convention and the party machinery.
In 1948, another Progressive Party (known in some states as the Independent Progressive Party) was formed with an eye toward electing former Vice President Henry A. Wallace as President.
The Progressive Party disbanded in 1955, as the Cold War began to dominate the political spectrum in the United States, and any party which had not taken a stridently anti-Communist position was deemed to be unviable.
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