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Socialist Party

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  • With less than a year to go, the Socialist Party, which is in a position to scupper the text at congress, has opposed constitutional reform.

    France Eyes Progress on Fiscal Rule

  • To hear Sarah Palin and other members of the extreme right tell it, the Socialist Party is a huge political institution on the rise and a necessary stepping-stone for getting into liberal electoral politics, along with being born in Hawaii and other places outside the United States.

    Ethan Rome: Dr. Berwick's Test Results are Positive: Palin is a Whack Job

  • The Socialist Party is the only real hope for actual, material change.

    The Two Guards

  • The parliament passed the tax bill on its last day before the summer recess as the ruling Socialist Party, which is a minority government, gained the backing of the liberal SZDSZ Party, whose support was critical.

    Hungary Passes a Tax Bill Needed to Gain IMF Loan

  • Neither Ozawa nor the Socialist Party, which is hemorrhaging support, can afford to bolt the coalition or block serious efforts to clean up politics.

    A Telegenic Samurai

  • The Socialist Party was my organisation of choice, since Labour doesn't organise there.

    Save Ulster from Creationism

  • In most governments after 1963 the Socialist Party was a junior partner inside Christian-Democrat coalitions and readily adapted to the prevailing practices of clientelism and tangenti.

    Italy's Dirty Linen

  • Socialist Party, that is, the communist party, also generated a certain sectarianism, which in all truth had begun earlier.

    CONCLUSION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN TRA

  • Democratic party, and in addition, a deputy of the leftist party -- which makes up part of the FRAP, that is, the Socialist Party.

    UNIVERSITY SPEECH BLASTS CPR BETRAYAL

  • In verification of this, an excellent proof is furnished by no less an authority than John Spargo, then a Socialist, and a most prolific writer, whose opposition to the Syndicalists and to the direct actionists of the Socialist Party was a well established fact even before the publication of his book, "Syndicalism, Industrial Unionism and Socialism."

    The Red Conspiracy

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