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radical center

[′rad·ə·kəl ′sen·tər]
(mathematics)
For three circles, the point at which the three radical axes of pairs of the circles intersect.
For four spheres, the point at which the six radical planes of pairs of the spheres intersect.
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In March 2010, Friedman wrote, "We need political innovation that takes America's disempowered radical center and enables it to act in proportion to its true size, unconstrained by the two parties, interest groups and orthodoxies that have tied our politics in knots.
That is why we need political innovation that takes America's disempowered radical center and enables it to act in proportion to its true size, unconstrained by the two parties, interest groups and orthodoxies that have tied our politics in knots.
Howard Zinn first appeared in these pages in 1970, discussing the need for liberals to re-establish a new and vital radical center (see excerpts on page 15) and also contributed several times in the early '90s and once more in a book foreword in the last issue.
WHILE THE RADICAL CENTER POLITICAL MOVEMENT HAS BEEN AROUND FOR 30 YEARS, I SUGGEST LEADERS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA PROGRAMS ADOPT A SIMILAR VIEW ON HOT-BUTTON TOPICS.
In 1976 the sociologist Donald Warren wrote The Radical Center, a study of an emerging political species he called Middle American Radicals.
The radical Center for Science in the Public Interest lobbied the World Health Organization to endorse so-called Twinkie taxes and further restrictions on food choices.
From the endnotes in each chapter, it's clear that Satin has dog-eared his copy of Ted Halstead and Michael Lind's The Radical Center, which supplied a more sophisticated take on the premise that a majority of Americans might embrace a policy agenda outside the normal frameworks of the two parties.
The authors of The Radical Center are no different.
It is truly great to see yet another translation of a work by Karel Capek, following Three Novels, War with the Newts, and Toward the Radical Center (see WLT 65:2, p.
That piece now reappears as the final item in Toward the Radical Center.
With the right ascendant, America's would-be radical center is intellectually muddled and politically wishful--a force for high-minded appeasement.