People's Party (1970s)
- For other political parties with this name, see People's Party (disambiguation).
The People's Party was a political party in the United States, founded in 1971 by various individuals and state and local political parties, including the Peace and Freedom Party, Commongood People's Party, Country People's Caucus, Human Rights Party, Liberty Union, New American Party, New Party, and the "No Party". Its initial goal was to present a united anti-war platform for 1972 election.
The People's Party nominated Presidential candidates twice, once in 1972 with Dr. Benjamin Spock (an American pediatrician and author of parenting books) as their candidate and in 1976 with Margaret Wright as their presidential candidate and Spock running for vice president.