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The Southern Independence Party broke away from the Southern Party due to leadership disputes. They claim that the leadership of the Southern Party was steering the party in a direction which was detrimental to the cause. The Southern Party advocated a new secession of the former Confederate (or Southern) States from the rest of the Union. ...

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  • Official Party Website

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Southern Independence Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (175 words)
The Southern Independence Party is a minor American political party.
Like its forebear, this group advocates a second secession of the Southern United States from the Union and the establishment of the South as a separate, independent nation.
The Southern Independence Party has placed a statement on their website, in which it rejects "all racist groups" including "the Ku Klux Klan, and the NAACP", and states that there is no place in the "Southern Nation" for those who "espouse hatred of others." [1]
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