Green Party of the United States

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The Green Party of the United States is a third party in the United States. It is a federation of state Green Parties. Its website states that it is committed "to ecology, social justice grassroots democracy and non-violence, Greens are renewing democracy in the United States through community-based organizing without the support of corporate donors."

Its platform includes protecting the environment, a pro-labor agenda, human rights, and social justice.

It is a member of the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas and the Global Greens. For a dicussion of the term "green party" in general see green party in Wikipedia.[1]

Presidential tickets


From their website:

"The roots of the Green Party and Green movement started to coalesce in the 1970's with the Values Party in New Zealand and other similar movements. They combined environmental sensibilities and non-violent anarchism into a broader philosophy that refuses the allure of single-issue politics.

"Although not the first Green Party to be formed, the German Greens put us on the map when they were the first to win seats in a national parliament in the early 1980's while focusing on issues of nuclear missiles and nuclear power.

"Greens first met in the United States in 1984 in St. Paul, Minnesota, adopting the 10 Key Values, that all Greens in the United States now use as our basic definition."[2]

Contact details

1623 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC

Mailing Address:
PO Box 57065
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: 202-319-7191
Fax: 888-289-5260
Email: office AT

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch


  1. About page, Green Party of the United States, accessed January 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 History, Green Party of the United States, accessed January 2011.

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