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American Party may refer to:
Political parties in the United States
- The Toleration Party, also known as the American Party, was established in Connecticut to oppose the Federalist Party
- The "Know Nothing" movement based on nativism used the partisan name "American Party" (1855–1856) and earlier or later in some cities and states.
- American Party (Utah), an anti-Mormon party that existed in Utah from 1905 to 1911
- American Party (1909), established in 1909 to put the Iowa-based United Christian Party (United States) into new organizational form
- American Party (1914), organized by Ex-Governor of New York, William Sulzer
- American Party (Texas), a one-man 1920 vehicle in Texas for James E. "Pa" Ferguson, which drew a plurality in some counties
- American Party (1924), which ran Gilbert Nations for President of the United States and former congressman Charles H. Randall for vice-president in 1924, and which sought support from the Ku Klux Klan after its national convention
- American Party (1969), a successor of the 1968 American Independent Party who had nominated Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama.
- America's Independent Party
- America's Party (political party)
- American Independent Party
- American Republican Party
- Independence Party of America
- Independent American Party
- Independent American Party of Nevada
- New American Independent Party
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