Definition of People's party
1. Noun. A former political party in the United States; formed in 1891 to advocate currency expansion and state control of railroads.
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Literary usage of People's party
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1. Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology by Joseph Thomas (1901)
"About 1855 he joined the Republican party, which was at first called in Pennsylvania the People s party. He represented the ninth district, ie Lancaster ..."
2. The Domestic and Foreign Relations of the United States by Joel Parker (1862)
"On the occasion of this Fraternity lecture, ' The Daily Advertiser. reports that the reverend gentleman . spoke of the People.s party in terms of contempt,. ..."
3. A History of Alabama, for Use in Schools: Based as to Its Earlier Parts on by William Garrott Brown, Albert James Pickett (1900)
"By this time many of the followers of Captain Kolb were in active cooperation with the People,s party. The People,s- party nominated for governor Mr. AT ..."
4. The Crime of Caste in Our Country: Americans Enforce Equality. No Sham by Benjamin Rush Davenport (1893)
"... as well w those of this year, hive gone in payment of accrued "The true reason for the formation of the Alliance, or People s party, in the North, West, ..."
5. Lives of the Governors of the State of New York by John Stilwell Jenkins (1852)
"... over James Tallmadge, a bucktail, and one of the original founders of " the people.s party." Two years previous, Mr. Clinton's popularity had declined ..."
6. A History of the American Nation by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin (1919)
"The People<s party also chose Mr. Bryan as their candidate for the presidency, but nominated Thomas E. Watson of Georgia for Vice-President. ..."
7. Republican Text Book for the Campaign of 1902 by Republican Congressional Committee (1902)
"[Adopted at Sioux Kails, S^Uak., May 10,1900.l The People-s Party of the United States in convention assembled, congratulating its supporters on the wide ..."