Definition of 'radicalism'
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He appears to have abandoned liberal radicalism for the conservatism of the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2011)These were the days of student radicalism. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It involves crossing the line that divides political radicalism from iconoclastic mania. IN DEFENCE OF ARISTOCRACY (2004)For civility does indeed preclude political radicalism of the kind concerned with the gratification of the individual at the expense of the public good. IN DEFENCE OF ARISTOCRACY (2004)Rest in peace, student radicalism? Times, Sunday Times (2010)His background, though privileged and multicultural, imbued him also with political radicalism. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'radicalism'
British English: radicalism NOUN
Radicalism is radical beliefs, ideas, or behaviour.
...a curious mixture of radicalism and conservatism.
Definition of radicalism from the Collins English Dictionary
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