Category:People's Party (United States)

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
English: The People's Party, also known as the "Populists", was a short-lived political party in the United States established in 1891 during the Populist movement (United States, 19th Century). It was most important in 1892-96, then rapidly faded away. Based among poor, white cotton farmers in the South (especially North Carolina, Alabama, and Texas) and hard-pressed wheat farmers in the plains states (especially Kansas and Nebraska), it represented a radical crusading form of agrarianism and hostility to banks, railroads, and elites generally. It sometimes formed coalitions with labor unions, and in 1896 the Democrats endorsed their presidential nominee, William Jennings Bryan. The terms "populist" and "populism" are commonly used for anti-elitist appeals in opposition to established interests and mainstream parties.
People's Party 
former political party on the left in the United States (1891-1908)
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg  Wikipedia
Instance of political party
LocationUnited States of America
  • 1891
Authority control
Blue pencil.svg
Partito populista americano (it); 人民党 (ja); Parti populiste (fr); Populistpartiet (sv); Partia Populistyczna (pl); המפלגה הפופוליסטית (he); People's Party (nl); 人民黨 (美國) (zh-hant); 人民党 (美国) (zh-cn); Populist Party (de); 인민당 (ko); People's Party (en); پیپلز پارٹی (ur); 美国人民党 (zh-hans); 人民黨 (美國) (zh) parti politique américain (fr); partai politik di Amerika Serikat (id); former political party on the left in the United States (1891-1908) (en); מפלגה בארצות הברית (he); politieke partij uit Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl) 美國人民黨 (zh-hant); 美国人民党 (zh-cn); Populists (en)


This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.