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Radical left is usually used to describe either, left-wing politics that depart from tradition in an innovative or progressive way (such as through political or social reform), or as a synonym for the "farthest left" of left-wing politics. It is also present in the names of several political parties and political movements, such as:
- Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA), a left-wing political party in Greece
- Committee for a Radical Left Rally (ERAS), a left-wing political party/organization in the Republic of Cyprus.
- Radical Left (France), a liberal parliamentary group during the French Third Republic
- Radical Left Front, a former alliance of political parties in Greece
- Radical Party of the Left, a social-liberal party in France
- Radicals of the Left, a defunct green and social-liberal party in Italy
- Far-left politics
- Political radicalism
- Radicalism (historical)
- Radical right (disambiguation)
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