​Discuss the role of radicals and reformers have had in the USA.

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What are the pros and cons of the radical approach versus the reformist approach? Is there any truth to the notion of “progress” or is the maxim “the more things change, the more they stay the same” true or perhaps there is something in-between or both/and or still another explanation entirely? Be sure to discuss the causes and formation of the various organizations in response to the challenges faced by Latinos in the USA in your answer. Please also weigh in on your critique and analysis of the strengths and weakness of these responses.

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Radicals and Reformers in the USA
First, radical movements are in the category of social movements that are aimed at
pressing for change gradually in particular societal aspects as opposed to fundamental or rapid
modifications (Omi, Michael, and Winant). Liberalism is essential to the ideas of reformists, and
they are primarily rooted in socialism or instead what can be termed religious and social
democratic concepts...

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