The Centrist is the official publication of the Unity Party of America, promoting Centrist principles.
According to Wikipedia, Centrism is defined as “a political outlook or specific position that involves acceptance or support of a balance of a degree of social equality and a degree of social hierarchy, while opposing political changes which would result in a significant shift of society strongly to either the left or the right.“
Do you agree with Wikipedia’s definition of Centrism?
With time, the Unity Party will create its own definition of Centrism, and, more importantly, implement that definition.
2 thoughts on “The Centrist”
I would not necessarily think the definition would include notions of social equality vs hierarchy, but that is a way to perhaps look at it. Centrism by definition would be a balanced approach and a willingness to look a both sides of an issue that may have a big gap in between. That gap may be filled with nothing more than hostility.
The goal of a Centrist would be acting as a uniter.
Your content was looking interesting as I was reading through it, but it lost my faith when it cited Wikipedia as if it were a credible source. Most of its entries can be edited by the public, and most of its article content can be searched and found on other sites. As a result, we don’t know the identities of the original authors. Citing sources does not change this fact. Anyone could have written the articles and have cited sources. Citing Wikipedia damages the credibility of the Unity Party.