one of the chief political parties of Australia, generally supporting the interests of organized labour
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A good portion of the book also focuses on his undercover work with anti-KKK groups, most notably the Progressive Labor Party.
Its views on integration and immigration are not very different from the Labor Party.What Made Anders Behring Breivik a Mass Killer in Norway? | Aage Borchgrevink | November 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Labor Party seems to spit out its leader twice in every election cycle.20 Years After Oslo, What's Happened to the Israeli Left? | Noga Tarnopolsky | July 2, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
One notable section focused on the victory of the Labor Party in the British election of 1944.Nerdiness from Noah: How Tropico Taught Me Central Planning Can't Work | Noah Kristula-Green | April 20, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Labor Party almost doubled its seats by focusing on economic equality and ignoring the peace process.Obama’s Silver Lining in Israel: Elections Weaken Netanyahu | Peter Beinart | January 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In Philadelphia the labor ticket polled 2400 in 1828 and the Labor Party gained the balance of power in the city.
The Labor Party was decidedly unfortunate in its choice of intellectuals and "ideologists."
In 1866 when the eight-hour demand was as yet uppermost, the National Labor Union resolved for an independent Labor Party.
One faction in the Socialist Labor Party, which had been in opposition ever since he assumed command, came out in revolt in 1898.
The socialist organization went by the name of the Socialist Labor Party, which it had kept since 1877.