There’s a fair distance between late eighteenth century France and twenty-first century New Zealand, but one of the concepts born during their Revolution still shapes our politics today. It’s the concept of left and right, which is probably the dominant way of understanding not only the political contest but the visions animating our nation’s leaders. There’s a risk, though, that this influential concept distorts as much as it explains.
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