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Famous Political Slogans

Political slogans list which includes clever political slogans and many famous political slogans. Funny political mottos can be a rallying cry to one's cause. A great catchphrase or trademark can tip the balance in favor of a particular candidate or goal. Throughout history, leaders and their supporters have created political catchphrases such as these. And let's face it, political slogans that rhyme can stay in your head for years.

From Obama's "Yes We Can" to slogans concerning women's right to vote and the struggles for power from independent political parties, all the slogans on politics you've become familiar with are on this political slogan list.

What are the best political slogans of all time? All the most famous political slogans from thruoghout history are on this political party slogans list, so make sure to enjoy this (alphabetical) list of political slogans!
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    Alla ska med! (lit. "Everybody shall come with us", meaning "Everyone shall be included!") The Social Democrats slogan used in the 2006 Swedish parliamental election.

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    All power to the Soviets A Bolshevik slogan in the eve of the October revolution.

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    no Power to the Imagination! Situationist slogan used during May 1968 in Paris; a détournement of the slogan "All Power to the Soviets" used during the Russian October Revolution.

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    Arbeit Macht Frei Used 1933-45 by Nazi Germany over the main gates at a number of Nazi concentration camps. In English, the slogan means "work sets you free".

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    Britain Deserves Better British Labour Party slogan and manifesto title for the 1997 General Election.

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    Better dead than Red An anti-Communist slogan.

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    Bigger cages! Longer chains! Anarchist slogan mocking use of the political demand.

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    Bread and roses labor and immigrant rights slogan.

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    Capitalism is boring Slogan used by the Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination

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    Catch up and overtake America! (??????? ? ????????? ???????) Slogan invented by Nikita Khrushchev in 1957 for his vision of the Soviet economy

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    Come and take it Slogan at the Battle of Gonzales

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    Deeds Not Words W.S.P.U. suffragette slogan, 1903.

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    Doctors need to be preserved, not reserved. Slogan used by medical students, doctors, and lawyers in India when they protested in New Delhi against the raised quotas for lower-caste students medical colleges from 22.5 ...

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    Don't let him take Britain back to the 1980s 2010 Labour poster attacking Conservative leader, David Cameron.

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    Don’t Stop, Keep Going On! The general electoral slogan of the Justice and Development Party in the Turkish general elections of 2007

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    Each for all and all for each. Tariff Reform League, 1905.

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    Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer ("One people, one empire, one leader") Nazi Germany.

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    England Will Fight to the Last American Slogan of the America First Committee, against providing aid to Britain during WWII

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    Every Man a King 1934 Introduced in February 1934, during a radio broadcast, this was the wealth and income redistributionist platform slogan (and later a song and a book) for Louisiana ...

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    Everything Within the State, Nothing Outside the State Early 1930s Italian Fascist slogan.

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    Fifty-Four Forty or Fight Oregon boundary dispute, 1846, Democrats claim all of Oregon Country for the United States.

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    Führer befiehl, wir folgen dir! (Führer command, we'll follow you!) From the song "Von Finnland bis zum Schwarzen Meer"

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    God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve Anti-gay slogan used by Christians who oppose homosexuality on religious grounds.

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    Got Guv A play on the "got milk" campaign; used by dairy owner Jim Oberweis in 2006 during his campaign for Governor of Illinois.

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    Go For Growth Australian Liberal 2007 campaign slogan used by John Howard.

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    Had enough? This was the 1946 slogan for Congressional elections for the out-of-power Republican Party; noting that they had been out of power in Congress since 1930, this slogan asked ...

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    Hasta la victoria siempre (There's always a victory to be achieved) A Che Guevara-associated Communist slogan.

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    Heim ins Reich (Back home into the Reich) Describing the Adolf Hitler's initiative to include all areas with ethnic Germans into the German Reich (Austria, Sudetenland, Danzig,...) that led to World War II.

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    He's Good Enough for Me Balfour's Conservative poster, 1905.

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    Hey, Hey, LBJ, how many kids you kill today? Anti-Vietnam War and anti-Lyndon B. Johnson slogan from the 1960s. Other variations included, ".. . how many boys did you kill today?"

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    It's Scotland's oil Used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence

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    It's Time Used by the Australian Labor Party in 1972; they had been out of government since 1949.

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    Jedem das Seine Literally, the slogan means "to each his own" and was the German translation of Prussia's motto which read in Latin: "suum cuique".

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    Labour is not Working 1978 Conservative Party poster devised by Saatchi and Saatchi.

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    The Lips That Touch Liquor Must Never Touch Mine slogan of the Anti-Saloon League of the US temperance movement

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    Maggie, Maggie, Maggie Out, Out, Out

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    Make love not war Against the War in Vietnam.

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    Me ne frego! Slogan used by the Benito Mussolini's blackshirts, literally "I don't give a damn".

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    Never had it so good 1957 campaign under Harold Macmillan's leadership of the Tories.

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    Never been had so good 1957 campaign slogan of the British Labour Party (in response to the Tory slogan).

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    New Labour, New Danger Slogan on 1997 Conservative Party campaign poster showing Tony Blair with glowing red eyes.

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    No Surrender! Pro Northern Irish Loyalist slogan referring to the Siege of Derry

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    Now... The Next Steps Fianna Fáil slogan used during 2007 Irish General Election

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    No War but Class War Used by diverse Marxist groups as a means of underlining the priority of class struggle above other political aims – and as a general anti-militarist slogan.

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    One, Two, Three, Four, Fuck the Rich to Feed the Poor! Anti-Capitalist chant in support of the redistribution of the wealth.

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    Perón o muerte(Perón or death) Peronist slogan used in Argentina.

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    Power to the people A frequent slogan of Socialist or pro-democracy movements around the world.

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    Rally Around O'Malley Campaign slogan used during Patrick O'Malley's 2002 Illinois gubernatorial campaign.

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    Remember Pearl Harbor A slogan, a song, an invitation to encourage American patriotism and sfice during World War II.

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    Remember the Alamo Battle cry at the Battle of San Jacinto

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