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Free-minded People's Party (Germany)
|Founded||7 May 1893 (7 May 1893)|
|Dissolved||6 March 1910 (6 March 1910)|
|Preceded by||German Free-minded Party|
|Merged into||Progressive People's Party|
The Free-minded People's Party (German: Freisinnige Volkspartei, FVp) or Radical People's Party was a social liberal party in the German Empire, founded as a result of the split of the German Free-minded Party in 1893. One of its most notable members was Eugen Richter, who was party leader from 1893 to 1906. The party advocated liberalism, social progressivism and parliamentarism.
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