Origin of radicalism
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The Gorge has always been a hotbed of radicalism and arms smuggling, but now it is fast becoming a shahid factory.The Secret Life of an ISIS Warlord
Will Cathcart, Vazha Tavberidze, Nino Burchuladze
October 27, 2014
Akkari, once infected by with the virus of radicalism, now possesses all the curiosity of a university student.The Repentant Radical
September 17, 2013
Even if violence and radicalism don't cross the border, the cost of the refugee crisis is becoming unbearable for them.Why Now Is the Time For Syria Diplomacy
May 16, 2013
But one of the biggest factors that has helped the growth of British Islamic radicalism is marriage.Why the Turn to Terror?
April 22, 2013
Fortunately, TIME Magazine is reporting many of the books may have been saved from the fires of radicalism.Mali's Jihadists Burn their Own History
January 29, 2013
American radicalism is not always as innocent of the world's experience as it looks.
Another aspect of the American mind is found in our radicalism.
We are moving in a similar—only this time a national—current of radicalism, to-day.
Radicalism and conservatism must combine together to make reform.
Before 1872 the keenness of Northern radicalism was blunted.The New Nation
Frederic L. Paxson
- the principles, desires, or practices of political radicals
- a radical movement, esp in politics
- the state or nature of being radical, esp in politics
Word Origin and History for radicalism
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper