Committee of Fifty (1829)
The Committee of Fifty met in New York City, United States, in October 1829. They advocated redistribution of property between the poor and rich; as well as abolition of banking, monopoly, and debt imprisonment.
They also nominated a slate of Working Men's Party candidates for the upcoming elections.
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