The American Populist Party, founded in 2009, is a minor political party which claims to advocate "classical liberalism" and a return to what they call "genuine" Constitutional government. As such it is an amalgam of classical liberalism and modern conservatism. The American Populist Party should not be confused with the Populist Party of America or any of the several other American parties called "Populist", and it has no relationship to several historical parties of the same name.

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  • The American Populist Party, founded in 2009, is a minor political party which claims to advocate "classical liberalism" and a return to what they call "genuine" Constitutional government. As such it is an amalgam of classical liberalism and modern conservatism. The American Populist Party should not be confused with the Populist Party of America or any of the several other American parties called "Populist", and it has no relationship to several historical parties of the same name. The American Populist Party is a coalition of grass roots activists, ranging in political ideology from the left to the right, who are working to enact Constitutional reforms through the amendment process. (en)
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  • The American Populist Party, founded in 2009, is a minor political party which claims to advocate "classical liberalism" and a return to what they call "genuine" Constitutional government. As such it is an amalgam of classical liberalism and modern conservatism. The American Populist Party should not be confused with the Populist Party of America or any of the several other American parties called "Populist", and it has no relationship to several historical parties of the same name. (en)
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