Labelling the edges of the left-right spectrum

Posted by oneuropenow on 23/08/11
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So I’m in the final stages of my dissertation looking at partisan responses to European integration and a noticeable trend exists in the literature:

far right parties are termed the ‘extremist right’ while far left parties are the ‘radical left’. Why is this? And how did such bias ever get through peer review?

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