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  1. Radicalism (from French radical, "radical") or classical radicalism was a historical political movement representing the leftward flank of liberalism during the late 18th and early 19th centuries and a precursor to social liberalism, social democracy and modern progressivism.

  2. Historia. El radicalismo reconoce como herencia común, el legado político y moral de Leandro Alem, expresado en su lucha intransigente contra lo que denominaba «el régimen», conocido también como roquismo, un sistema de gobierno elitista y fraudulento de cuasi partido único fundado en el «voto cantado», que permitió que el Partido Autonomista Nacional (PAN) se mantuviera en el poder ...

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    Radicalism (historical), the Radical Movement that began in late 18th century Britain and spread to continental Europe and Latin America in the 19th century; Radical Party (disambiguation), several political parties; Radicals (UK), a British and Irish grouping in the early to mid-19th century; Radicalization; Ideologies

  4. Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 6 (1975): 325–404. McLachlan, John. Joseph Priestley Man of Science 1733–1804: An Iconography of a Great Yorkshireman. Braunton and Devon: Merlin Books, 1983. ISBN 0-86303-052-1. McLachlan, John. "Joseph Priestley and the Study of History". Trans. of the Unitarian Historical Soc. 19 (1987–90 ...