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  1. Centre-left politics - Wikipedia

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    Centre-left politics (British English) or center-left politics (American English), also referred to as moderate-left politics, are political views that lean to the left-wing on the left–right political spectrum, but closer to the centre than other left-wing politics.

  2. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The centre-left is a political position that is closer to the left wing than the right wing and shares some politically left views and positions, but is still generally in the centre of the political spectrum. The term 'centre-left' is most used in continental Europe.

  3. Talk:Centre-left politics - Wikipedia

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    There are very few major left-wing politicians in the US, such is the nature of politics in America. Even people like Bernie Sanders or Ralph Nader are centre-left by international standards. For various historical reasons the US has never had a proper socialist political tradition and hence has no real major left-wing politicians.

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    The term "cen­tre-left" ap­peared dur­ing the French "July Monar­chy" in 1830s, a po­lit­i­cal-his­tor­i­cal phase dur­ing the King­dom of France when the House of Orléans reigned under an al­most par­lia­men­tary sys­tem. The cen­tre-left was dis­tinct from the left, com­posed of re­pub­li­cans, as well as the cen­tre-right, com­posed of the Third Party and the lib­eral-con­ser­v­a­tive Doc­tri­naires. Dur­ing this time, the cen­tre-left was led by Adolphe Thiers (head of the lib­eral-na­tion­al­ist Move­ment Party) and Odilon Bar­rot, who headed the pop­ulist "Dy­nas­tic Opposition". The cen­tre-left was Orléanist, but sup­ported a lib­eral in­ter­pre­ta­tion of the Char­ter of 1830, more power to the Par­lia­ment, man­hood suf­frage and sup­port to ris­ing Eu­ro­pean na­tion­alisms. Adolphe Thiers served as Prime Min­is­ter for King Louis Philippe Itwice (in 1836 and 1840), but he then lost the King's favour, and the cen­tre-left rapidly fell. In France, dur­ing the Sec­ond Re­pu...

    The main ide­olo­gies of the cen­tre-left are so­cial democ­racy, so­cial lib­er­al­ism (when paired with other ide­olo­gies), pro­gres­sivism, de­mo­c­ra­tic so­cial­ism and green pol­i­tics (also known as the red–green al­liance). Through­out the world, cen­tre-left groups gen­er­ally sup­port: 1. A mixed economyconsisting of both publicly owned or subsidized programmes of education, universal health care, child care and related social services for all citizens. 2. A useful system of social security, with the stated goal of counteracting the effects of poverty and insuring the general public against loss of income following illness, unemployment or retirement (national Insurance contributions) 3. Government bodies that regulate private enterprise in the interests of workers and consumers by ensuring labour rights (i.e. supporting worker access to trade unions), consumer protections and fair market competition. 4. A progressive taxation that includes tax breaks and subsidiesfor tho...

  4. Left-wing politics - Wikipedia

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    The term centre-left describes a position within the political mainstream that accepts capitalism and a market economy. The terms far-left and ultra-left are used for positions that are more radical , more strongly rejecting capitalism and mainstream representative democracy , instead advocating for a socialist society based on economic democracy and direct democracy , representing economic, political and social democracy.

  5. Centre-right politics - Wikipedia

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    Centre-right politics or center-right politics, also referred to as moderate-right politics, lean to the right of the political spectrum, but are closer to the centre than others. From the 1780s to the 1880s, there was a shift in the Western world of social class structure and the economy, moving away from the nobility and mercantilism, toward the bourgeoisie and capitalism. This general economic shift toward capitalism affected centre-right movements, such as the Conservative ...

  6. Centre-left politics - Wiki

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    Centre-left politics ( British English) or center-left politics ( American English ), also referred to as moderate-left politics, are political views that lean to the left-wing on the left–right political spectrum, but closer to the centre than other left-wing politics. Those on the centre-left believe in working within the established systems to ...

  7. Centre-left politics - The Reader Wiki, Reader View of Wikipedia

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    Centre-left politics. Centre-left politics ( British English) or center-left politics ( American English ), also referred to as moderate-left politics, are political views that lean to the left-wing on the left–right political spectrum, but closer to the centre than other left-wing politics. Those on the centre-left believe in working within the ...

  8. Política de centro-esquerda ( inglês britânico ) ou política de centro-esquerda ( inglês americano ), também conhecida como política de esquerda moderada , são visões políticas que se inclinam para a esquerda no espectro político esquerda-direita , mas mais perto do centro do que outras políticas de esquerda.

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