Difference Between Left Wing and Right Wing
Left-wing refers to an outlook supporting social equality and opposing social hierarchy. The terms left and right have their roots back to the French Revolution and refer to the seating arrangements in the Estates General of France. The members of the 1791 Legislative Assembly had split into three general groups, each of which sat in a different part of the meeting hall. These were the Radicals,…
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