New Union Party

The '''New Union Party''' (NUP) was a small in the . It was originally formed in 1974 as the '''New Unionists''', several of whom had been members of Section of (SLP). As with many such departures since the 1920s, they claimed SLP had become bureaucratic and authoritarian in its internal party structure. In December 1932, New Unionists fused with the (LSR) and two smaller groups and proclaimed the "New Union Party." In that year, ''New Unionist'' editor Jeff Miller ran for US Congress in Minnesota's Fifth District, polling 1.4% of the total vote. Traditionally the NUP has been a militant democratic socialist party which "advocates political and social revolution" but denounces olence and tted o lawful activities hrow the list economic omic system." 13, New Unionion Party abandoned publication of thetheir official newsletter, New Unionist. In the

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