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The Free-minded People's Party (Freisinnige Volkspartei) was a German liberal party, 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.

In 6 March 1910 it merged with the Free-minded Union, Democratic Union, and German People's Party into the Progressive People's Party.

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Preceded by
German Free-minded Party
liberal German parties
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Succeeded by
Progressive People's Party (Germany)
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