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Radicalism or Radical Politics is a political label for ideologies that seek to change society in major ways, both on the left and right. It is of often used today as a misnomer for Extremism.
- Radicalism - A political movement through the 1700's and 1800's and a variant of classical liberalism, it wanted to change society to its root (radix). Many of the proposals of historical radicals have been accepted, as such historical radicalism isn't considered all that radical anymore.
- Radical Centrism - An ideology believing chiefly in compromise and pragmatism.
- Radical Conservatism - More widely known as Reactionaryism.
- Radical Progressivism - More widely known as Revolutionary Progressivism.
- Radical Democracy - A form of Democracy that believes the process of Democracy is a never-ending one, and that Civil Rights and Progress should continue indefinitely.
- Radical Environmentalism - A form of Environmentalism believing that violent/extreme actions are justified in environmental progress.
- Radical Feminism - A branch of feminism best described as the female equivalent of Manosphere.
- Radical Islamism - Aka Jihadism.
- Radical Left - Aka Left-Wing Populism.
- Radical Right - Aka Right-Wing Populism.
- Anti-Centrism - A largely satirical political ideology that believes that all radical political stances complement each other in the fight against centrism, created by Jreg.
- National Radicalism - More widely known as Polish Falangism.