File FVF355 - Revolutionary Socialist Students Alliance Ephemera

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FVF355

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Revolutionary Socialist Students Alliance Ephemera

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  • 1970-1971. (Creation)

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1 folder ; 30 cm.

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Revolutionary Socialist Students Alliance (1969-1970).
Objectives - To challenge imperialism and the structures of society. To fight for student power and a worker-student alliance. To fight for self-managed socialism.
Publicists - Jim Beatson, Mick Bergin, Tom Cochrane, Barry Cripps, Carlene Crowe, Cam Cunningham, Graeme Grassie, John Kasaipwalova, Jim Prentice, Dick Shearman.
Notes: Formed June 1969 and worked with the Revolutionary Socialist Alliance until they split in 1970. Associated with the Third World Liberation Front.

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  • English

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Migrated

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.

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