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The three main differences between radicals and liberals :- 
 i)  both the liberals and the radicals were in the favour of the property that was private but the radicals that were opposed that was concentrated by the wealths in some of the hands.

ii) where the liberals favoured the idea of  the privileges the radicals opposed for the same idea.

iii)  as the radicals believed in the universal franchise the liberal thinkers wanted the right to vote only for the propertised cases.
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(i) while the liberals favoured the idea of privileges the radicals were opposed to privileges of landowners and wealthy factory owners.
(ii) The liberals wanted voting rights for propertied classes only, while the radicals believed in universal franchise.
(iii)Though both were in favour of private property, the radicals were opposed to concentration of wealth in few hands.
(iv) While liberals were against giving women the right to vote, radicals were for women suffragette.
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