The revolutionary organization formally named the Committee of Union and Progress was popularly known by this name:
Socialist Workers Party
Students for a Democratic Society
The revolutionary organization that led a rebellion against the authoritarian regime of the Ottoman sultan Abdulhamid II in 1908, formally named the Committee of Union and Progress, was popularly known as the Young Turks. Since then, the term has been applied to other insurgent groups within organizations or political parties.
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