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Definition of a Radical

The Radical is not fooled by shibboleths and facades, but faces issues squarely and does not hide cowardice behind the convenient cloak of rationalization; …refuses to be diverted by superficial problems; …is concerned with fundamental causes rather than manifestations; and concentrates…attack on the heart of the issue; …wants…the creation of a kind of society in which all people’s potentialities could be realized; a world where people could live in dignity, security, …and peace — a world based on a morality of humankind.

They shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid. Micah 4:4.

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