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Nonpartisan League

noun
1.
a political organization of farmers, founded in North Dakota in 1915, and extending to many states west of the Mississippi, with the aim of influencing agricultural legislation in state legislatures.
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  • Indignation at the defeat of the bill resulted in the birth, in February 1915, of a new political party, the Nonpartisan League.

    North Dakota Various
  • A treatise on agricultural credit, wheat trade, and politics, with a chapter on the birth of the Nonpartisan League.

    North Dakota Various
  • North Dakota blows down the Nonpartisan League and discovers that darned thing was loaded in both barrels.

    One Third Off Irvin S. Cobb

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