Definitions for "Popular Front"
A New Deal-inspired party in France led by Leon Blum that encouraged the union movement and launched a far-reaching program of social reform, complete with paid vacations and a forty-hour workweek. (p. 948)
an organization or government composed of a wide spectrum of political groups; popular fronts were used by the Soviet Union in forming allegedly non-communist governments in Eastern Europe
a leftist coalition organized against a common opponent