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    I'm trying to think of a suitable question for my EPQ and I want to go down the route of how and why people can become radicalised. I was thinking of having a bold and narrow minded statement and then obviously disagreeing with it at the end. I'm struggling to think of the wording of the question/statement. Any ideas?

    "The minority represent the majority"
    "The radicals are snakes in the grass"
    "The ignorant are the real radicals"
    "Faith and traditionalism cause radicalism"
    "A single bad apple spoils the bunch"
    "Society is constantly being changed and radicals speed it up"
    "People labelled "radicals" will soon be the heroes of the next generation"
    "The youth will always try to rebel against society and radicalism is another form of rebelling"

    I know these are far fetched comments (I don't hold these opinions) but I'm trying to keep it broad so you can make a decent essay on it. Hope it helps!

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