Centrists usually define themselves less in terms of what they are than what they aren’t, and on this point they are clear: they are not among the lowly, tribal partisans. Their objectives are described in intentionally vague terms, like “problem-solving,” “common-sense solutions,” and “finding common ground.” Even the terminology used to describe centrism itself is confusing, featuring a panoply of recycled slogans, each with slightly different meanings: “post-partisan,” “trans-partisan,” “radically centrist,” “moderate,” “not left or right, but forward,” ad infinitum.
Centrism is Dead. Time to Rebuild the Left.
Tyler Norris
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Excellent in-depth analysis of the centrists. It is the same than here in Europe.

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