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But the sad reality is that the comics industry is too insular to foster any kind of radical change.

There are two ways of making a radical change of flight plan like that.

So the electoral calculus favors limited or symbolic laws, rather than radical change.

So when you attempt radical change, no matter how necessary, your workforce is going to be fighting you the whole way.

But the coming weeks and months are pregnant with the possibility of just such a radical change.

It wrought a radical change in the ability of the people to apply the power of numbers to the practical business of life.

Even the colonial agents in London failed to see that a radical change in the relations of the two countries was at hand.

Such a radical change in her life brought an influx of indescribable emotions.

These regulations remained in force until the early part of 1857, when a very radical change was introduced.

Ef yer hearts are not right, dey must all undergo a radical change until dey are made good.


On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radical change, such as: abrupt change, advance, breakthrough, giant strides, inspiration, and jump.

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