Radical Party

Radical Party may refer to any of a number of political parties professing the progressive-liberal ideology known as Radicalism:

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EuropeEdit

In the western Mediterranean European countries, Radicalism was one of the major political movements between 1848 and 1940. Such parties were often labelled 'Democratic', 'Radical democratic', or 'Radical liberal' parties:

In the Dutch-speaking, German-speaking and Nordic countries, the English or French term Radical was represented by terms that literally translated as 'Free-Minded' (or, alternatively, as 'Freethinker' or 'Rationalist'), including:

In south-eastern Europe, Radicalism was also a historically important political movement:

In Central and Eastern Europe, Radicalism was less potent but nonetheless prominent political force:

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South AmericaEdit

ArgentinaEdit

BoliviaEdit

ChileEdit

EcuadorEdit

ParaguayEdit

AsiaEdit

IndiaEdit

IsraelEdit

  • Meri-Israeli Radical Camp (1960s-1970s)

OceaniaEdit

New ZealandEdit

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