ENG: The Socialist Party USA (SPUSA) is a multi-tendency democratic-socialist party in the United States. The party states that it is the rightful continuation and successor to the tradition of the Socialist Party of America, which had lasted from 1901 to 1972.
The party is officially committed to left-wing democratic socialism. The Socialist Party USA, along with its predecessors, has received varying degrees of support, when its candidates have competed against those from the Republican and Democratic parties. Some attribute this to the party having to compete with the financial dominance of the two major parties, as well as the limitations of the United States' legislatively and judicially entrenched two-party system. The Party supports third-party candidates, particularly socialists, ...
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Washington - Most newspapers report only on candidates for the Republican and Democratic parties. However there are several other candidates for third parties running for the presidency. This article considers some third party candidates.
There are a number of libertarians within the Republican Party perhaps one of the best known being Ron Paul. However there is also a Libertarian Party with its own candidate for the presidency Gary Johnson. Johnson is a prominent U.S. politician having been governor of New Mexico from 1993 to 2003. His website can be found here.
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A long-dormant political party is set to return to the Indiana ballot in November: the Socialists.
The Socialist Party USA says it's gathered enough signatures to field the sole opposition in two state House districts that are about as different as they can be. Carmel Republican Jerry Torr authored Indiana's new right-to-work law. But Indianapolis Democrat Cherrish Pryor faces a reelection challenge from Socialist Ron Haldeman.
Haldeman notes Pryor used to work for the Indianapolis Chamber. He charges legislators have been too sympathetic to corporations, and says it should instead use ...
The following is an interview with Socialist Party USA National Co-Chair, Billy Wharton. We discuss the past, present and future of the movement to get a better understanding of the Socialist Party.
Could you give a summary of the history of the Socialist Party, as you understand it?
Billy: In one sense, the history of the Socialist Party USA (SP-USA) is quite old. You can track our origins back to the formation of the old Socialist Party of America (SPA) in 1901. The SPA was the party of Eugene Debs and Norman Thomas and was seriously engaged in the class struggles of the 20th Century, ...
Round 2 Tomorrow, I’ll start up the second round of research into which party I’ll join. Parties that have made it to this round are: The Socialist Party USA (SPUSA) The International Socialist Organization (ISO) Socialist Action (SA) Now formatting is going to be a bit different for this round. I’ll be going through these organization’s [...]
Socialist Party Members Take Part in Black Friday Protests From the Socialist Party USA website:
Socialist Party members (as individuals and as part of Locals) took part in pickets outside of WalMart this “Black Friday”.
Albany- Members took part in the Black Friday actions in Glenmont, NY. Dan K joined about 100 labor activists there.
Chicago- Members took part in the Cicero, IL Action/ From Art Kazar “I wore my SP button and met a fellow IWW member.… Read more ...
The Life of the Party (Or, Back to Square One) Ok, so after my brief stint in the SPUSA, I’m leaving empty handed. We all know where this is going, so let’s just get this over with. I was wrong, you were right- the criticisms concerning the SPUSA turned out to be true, and it was a mistake to have joined this organization. Mea culpa. [...]
Celebrate International Women’s Day About IWD History…. 1909: The Woman’s National Committee of the Socialist Party calls for a national day of protest on the last Sunday of February to support women’s suffrage in the context of the broader movement for women’s rights, workers’ rights, and … Continue reading →