RADICAL


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My own views are so extremely liberal that I think I am a Radical myself.
There were other sides, too, to Mr Rackstraw's character, but for the moment let him go as a multi-millionaire City man and Radical politician.
He is such an ultra Radical, you know, and the Dorsets are fierce Tories.
"Public opinion has called me by harder names than the name of 'Radical.' I have been spending my time lately--as I told you just now--in an agricultural district.
"When America was discovered," said the Radical member-- and he began to give some wearisome facts.
Do you know Sir Harry Otway--a Radical if ever there was?"
But I believed that some radical change in my life was coming, and would inevitably come that day.
"Frankly, though, and don't let it hurt you - I tell you, to show you precisely how you stand with him - he doesn't like your radical views, and he thinks you are lazy.
For as much as a week after this, Tom imagined that his character had undergone a pretty radical change.
Brooke on this occasion little thought of the Radical speech which, at a later period, he was led to make on the incomes of the bishops.
Then the radical change in our diet was not good for us.
As I learned afterward, they had got their previous guest of honour, a brilliant young radical, unskilled in drinking, quite pipped.