The radical center is a part of the evolving U.S. political spectrum that owes no allegiance to the ideologies of the right or left, choosing instead to focus on the search for practical solutions to the core challenges that face the nation. The
The term “radical” is used to denote both a passion for the position and for a readiness to institute drastic change to redress the dysfunctions in our system.
A radical centrist, by extension, is one who espouses such beliefs and behaves accordingly.
An example of a movement of the radical center is Coffee Party USA.
Some Bull Moose Republicans are essentially right-leaning radical centrists, and some “Yellow Dog” Democrats are left-leaning radical centrists.