Talk:Far-left Politics
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Talk:Far-left Politics

Recent changes

There was recently a large amount of changes by user - Corriebertus. Firstly the article was changed so that the introduction only concerned Europe. The article is about a worldwide topic and therefore should reflect this and not focus on only one area. Furthermore, there is no one universally accepted definition of far-left by political scientists. There are plenty of left-wing parties in Europe that are not far-left and left-wing parties that are democratic socialist, and again, not far-left. Political parties in France to the left of the French Socialist Party are also not all far-left. There are multiple parties to the left of this party that are not far-left. Helper201 (talk) 06:22, 5 August 2018 (UTC)

You were right to remove the additions, in my opinion. The problem with this article starts with the lead, where it says far left can mean different things. If that is the case, then the article should be about these different meanings. Alternatively, per disambiguation, it could be about the topic covered by one of the definitions. I think some editors expect there should be symmetry in describing the Left and the Right, but there isn't. While the Right developed by unrelated and competing parties coming together, the Left developed through splits and divisions. Hence the need to create terms such as far right to describe sections of the Right. TFD (talk) 01:18, 14 September 2018 (UTC)

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