Radical Party

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

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Europe[edit]

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:

United Kingdom[edit]

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

Chile[edit]

Ecuador[edit]

Paraguay[edit]

Asia[edit]

India[edit]

Israel[edit]

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

Oceania[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

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