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A Hypothesis on Applying Lessons From Venezuela to Student Organizing

Student movements–and society as a whole–would benefit greatly from breaking down the walls between the university and society, and forging concrete connections between student groupsĀ and local community organizations.

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The Importance of Connecting With Existing Struggles–Lessons from Venezuelan History

One key lesson that modern revolutionaries can take from the experience of mid-century communist guerillas in Venezuela is the importance of connecting with existing struggles, rather than attempting to create a revolutionary vanguard organization from scratch.

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