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Green Party

The Green Party is a political party dedicated to environmentalism, non-violence and “social justice,” according to the U.S. Green Party’s Web site. It is against corporate political donations and corporate globalization, and it favors universal health care and alternative energy sources. The party operates primarily through grassroots organizing. A Green Party candidate, often referred to as a “third party” candidate, was on the ballot in the 1996, 2000 and 2004 U.S. presidential elections.