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Radical Liberal Party (Luxembourg)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Liberal Party (Luxembourgish: Radikal-Liberal Partei, French: Parti Radical Libéral), abbreviated to PRL, was a Luxembourgian political party that existed from 1932 until 1945. It was the main party bridging the gap between the former Liberal League and the current Democratic Party. The party was founded in 1932 through a merger of the Radical Socialist Party (PRS) and the Radical Party (PR). The PRS had been the main group to emerge from the collapse of the Liberal League, whilst the Radical Party had broken away from the PRS in 1928. The two, however, continued to cooperate together, and were reunited fully by the created of the Radical Liberal Party in 1932. In their first election, the partial elections held in 1934, the party won 3 seats in the 54-seat Chamber of Deputies. This was increased to five out of 55 in 1937. This would be the last election that the party would fight.

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The Radical Liberal Interculturalism Triad
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Issues relating to diversity and pluralism permeate both social and political discourses in Canada. Of particular interest to this book are those issues raised when the demands of ethno-cultural diversity fail to converge with prescriptive objectives to promote said diversity within a democratic liberal state. In this way, this book scrutinizes the prescriptive intentions of Canadian multiculturalism and the ways in which it functions to conceal and protect White-European cultural and political dominance in Canadian society. So proposed, this book argues for a robust reorientation of liberalism through the normative starting point of non-ideal theory. Likewise, it shows that a radical liberal interculturalism triad, consisting of interculturalism, asymmetrical reciprocity and rectificatory justice can upend the misleading framework of mainstream liberal social contract theory.

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The Radical Liberal Interculturalism Triad
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Issues relating to diversity and pluralism permeate both social and political discourses in Canada. Of particular interest to this book are those issues raised when the demands of ethno-cultural diversity fail to converge with prescriptive objectives to promote said diversity within a democratic liberal state. In this way, this book scrutinizes the prescriptive intentions of Canadian multiculturalism and the ways in which it functions to conceal and protect White-European cultural and political dominance in Canadian society. So proposed, this book argues for a robust reorientation of liberalism through the normative starting point of non-ideal theory. Likewise, it shows that a radical liberal interculturalism triad, consisting of interculturalism, asymmetrical reciprocity and rectificatory justice can upend the misleading framework of mainstream liberal social contract theory.

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Radical Socialist Party (Luxembourg)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Socialist Party was a progressive Luxembourgian political party that existed from 1925 to 1932. It was the successor of the Liberal League, but, unlike its predecessor, it existed as an organised extra-parliamentary party, marking itself as Luxembourg''s first true liberal political party. It was the predecessor of the Radical Liberal Party and, ultimately, of the current Democratic Party. The party was founded from the remnants of the Liberal League, which had been riven by ideological splits between the classical liberal ''old liberals'' led by the party''s founder Robert Brasseur and the progressive ''new liberals'' led by the Mayor of Luxembourg City, Gaston Diderich. When the Liberal League collapsed, the progressives reformed under Diderich''s leadership as the Radical Socialist Party (the name reflecting its left-wing tendencies compared to its predecessor).

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Radical Party (New Zealand)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Party was a proposed new political party in New Zealand. It was part of an abortive attempt by members of the Liberal Party to establish a breakaway group. No actual party was ever formed, but the name was frequently applied to the group of dissident MPs by the press. The leaders of the Radical Party proposal were George Russell and Frederick Pirani, both Liberal Party MPs. Russell and Pirani, along with other MPs such as William Collins and George Smith, were dissatisfied with the Liberal Party under Richard Seddon, believing that it had lost its commitment to its founding ideals. Both were considered to belong to the Liberal Party''s left wing. In 1896, Russell spoke openly about formalising "the advanced section of the Liberal Party", either as an organised faction in the Liberal caucus or as a separate party.

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Radical Socialist Party (Luxembourg)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Socialist Party was a progressive Luxembourgian political party that existed from 1925 to 1932. It was the successor of the Liberal League, but, unlike its predecessor, it existed as an organised extra-parliamentary party, marking itself as Luxembourg''s first true liberal political party. It was the predecessor of the Radical Liberal Party and, ultimately, of the current Democratic Party. The party was founded from the remnants of the Liberal League, which had been riven by ideological splits between the classical liberal ''old liberals'' led by the party''s founder Robert Brasseur and the progressive ''new liberals'' led by the Mayor of Luxembourg City, Gaston Diderich. When the Liberal League collapsed, the progressives reformed under Diderich''s leadership as the Radical Socialist Party (the name reflecting its left-wing tendencies compared to its predecessor).

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Radikal Ungdom
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radikal Ungdom af 1994 ( The Social Liberal Youth of Denmark, abbreviated RU or RU94), is the official youth organization of the Danish political party Det Radikale Venstre. The organization was founded on 30 April 1994 after the former youth organization Radikal Ungdom was dissolved because of a case of fraud with funding from the Danish Youth Council. Radikal Ungdom, the previous organization, had its first chapter founded in Copenhagen in 1904 and its first national organization founded in 1911. Radikal Ungdom is a member of three international liberal and radical umbrella organizations: Nordens Liberale og Radikale Ungdomsforbund (NLRU), European Liberal Youth (LYMEC) and the International Federation of Liberal and Radical Youth (IFRLY).

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Radical Party (New Zealand)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Party was a proposed new political party in New Zealand. It was part of an abortive attempt by members of the Liberal Party to establish a breakaway group. No actual party was ever formed, but the name was frequently applied to the group of dissident MPs by the press. The leaders of the Radical Party proposal were George Russell and Frederick Pirani, both Liberal Party MPs. Russell and Pirani, along with other MPs such as William Collins and George Smith, were dissatisfied with the Liberal Party under Richard Seddon, believing that it had lost its commitment to its founding ideals. Both were considered to belong to the Liberal Party''s left wing. In 1896, Russell spoke openly about formalising "the advanced section of the Liberal Party", either as an organised faction in the Liberal caucus or as a separate party.

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Radical Party (France)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Radical Party (Parti Radical, Rad., also known as Parti radical valoisien) is a liberal and centrist political party in France. Founded in 1901 as Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party (Parti républicain, radical et radical-socialiste), it is the oldest active political party in France. Coming from the Radical Republican left-wing tradition, the Radical Party upholds principles of private property and secularism. The Radicals were considered in the 1880s as a far left group, but with the emergence of the Socialists in 1905, they shifted to the centre-left. Since then they have shifted increasingly to the centre and finally to the centre-right. They are currently an associate party of the conservative Union for a Popular Movement.

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