Workers' Party

Workers' Party is a name used by a number of political parties throughout the world. While the name has been used by both left-wing and right-wing organizations, it is currently used by left-wing followers of Communism, Maoism, Marxism, Marxism-Leninism, Social Democracy, Socialism and Trotskyism.

Read more about Workers' Party:  Current Workers' Parties, Defunct Workers' Parties

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Seamus Lynch - Workers' Party
... In 1982, Republican Clubs was renamed the Workers' Party of Ireland and Lynch became its Northern Chairman and national Vice-President He then stood in the 1983 general election ...
Workers' Party - Defunct Workers' Parties
... Defunct Workers' parties include Country Party Political orientation Reason defunct Croatia Croatian workers party (1906-1918) Czech Republic Workers' Party Nationalist Banned ... United States Workers' Party of the United States Trotskyist Dissolved into the Socialist Party of America in 1936 ...

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