Minor Parties - Amer. Gov't
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Minor Party: a political party whose electoral strength is so small(usually because of size) which causes difficulties for them to obtain government positions or authority.
Importance: Takes votes away from major parties; puts pressure on major parties to not ignore important issues; can help major parties "steal" votes from other parties
Green Party: A grassroots organization that strives to achieve "democracy, social justice, ecology, and peace" through governmental means"
Spain and Catalonia: Catalonia is trying to split from Spain, as they see themselves as an individual entity, separate from Spain.
Greenback Party: American political party with an anti-monopoly ideology that was active from 1874 and 1889.
Dixiecrats: A splinter party formed from members of the Democratic Party. They wanted to protect the states' rights to legislate racial segregation.
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