For context: A lot of people tend to say that American politics are really right wing by Western Standards. The GOP can be described as being far right by European standards, while the Democratic Party can be described as being center right. The US is frequently said to have no real left wing. But, in an alternate USA where this is the opposite(as in one party is far left and the other is center left, with no real right wing, by Euro standards ), what does that look like? What would they argue about? I need help on this, as all the image I get in my head is that the center-left party looks like something of Germany's CDU or of the US's Sanderista faction of the democrats, while the far-left party looks like something like something like the Black Panther's/Radical Feminists mixed with a bunch of the groups from the 60s. So, like something like Brogressives vs Intersectionalists. Both pretty left wing on economic issues,but having real big differences socially, with the moderately left wing party, having been the original left wingers, being (relatively) conservative on racial and LGBT issues, while the radically left wing party is a lot more for seeking to solve those issues. I don't know, but that's my temporary take on the idea. What's your guy's take?