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"I'm sick and tired of hearing about all of the radicals, and the perverts, and the liberals, and the leftists, and the Communists coming out of the closet! It's time for God's people to come out of the closet, out of the churches, and change America!", 1980, James Robison

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This page Radical is part of the politics series.
Illustration:Liberty Leading the People (1831, detail) by Eugène Delacroix.

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Radical (from Latin radix (“root”) may refer to:

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Politics and ideology

In politics

Other ideologies

  • Radical chic, a term coined by Tom Wolfe to describe the pretentious adoption of radical causes by celebrities, socialites, and high society
  • Radical feminism, a current within feminism that focuses on patriarchy as a system of power
  • Radical Islam, or Islamic extremism
  • Radical veganism, a radical interpretation of veganism, usually combined with anarchism
  • Radical Reformation, an Anabaptist movement concurrent with the Protestant Reformation

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