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Question by  Tancred (17)

What are "right-wing radicals"?


Answer by  dcrusher59 (590)

Is a plitical term used to decribe a person or group that associates themselves with right wing politics. Right wind refers to authoritarianism or laissez-faire capitolism.


Answer by  tamkees (3203)

Right-wing people are fiscal and social conservatives. They typically identify with the Republican party and often belong to the Christian evangelical movement. Radicals are people outside the mainstream. Politically, radicals are willing to use extreme means to get their way. For instance, most of the right-wing is against abortion. Right-wing radicals are the people planting bombs in clinics.


Answer by  Aya (797)

This is a common name aimed at conservative republicans that insist on defending ideas that the majority of republicans and almost all democrats realize are not viable solutions for today's world. The are strictly against abortion in all cases, want to maintain little government, and are generally pictured as older white men.


Answer by  tofulass (36)

The term "right-wing" typically refers to somebody who believes in or practices a very conservative or Republican policies to an extreme extent. For example, most Republicans do not believe in gay marriage, but you are only a "right-wing radical" if you attempt to put a stop to one when it is in progress.

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