Are Right and Left obsolete concepts?
As long as the Right exists it is not obsolete, they must fall.
Not quite, but they are definitely less significant than they used to be and increasingly so
They provide more smoke and heat than light/
In Australia, the answer to that is a definite yes. The boundaries between the right and the Left are well and truly blurred.
I think so. People have to find the best ways for society to work - that's in everybody's interest.
It really depends on the issues that divides society in a given country.
no, but you can go too far either way.
A long history of elections in this country have proven that even two parties are sometimes too few. One party in a democracy is theoretically not possible. Left and right are shorthand ways of describing a democracy, just like pro and con in debate, it suits our purpose.
Absolutely not. Right and Left exist, and the chasm between them is only getting deeper and wider.
We are becoming more and more of a separate people, not divided on the lines of race, religion, or gender, as the current liberal administration would want us to believe - but deeply divided on ideology.
Right and Left are obsolete when you consider the two party system in the US. We have the Far right wing extremist party and the Right-centrists party. Left anymore means "left out".
Unfortunately, no, I wish they were. If we weren't forced into this two-party system, real change might actually happen. If a third party ever actually HAD the reigns, we might see what it's like to have a real leader and revolutionary at the hands of our government, not puppets who subscribe to this stupid two-party system of black/white that we seem to have shoved ourselves into.
In my very particular opinion, yes. They are more like tendencies, but one does not exclude the other.
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