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Reflecting on the student movement

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Discussion of the tactics and strategy adopted during the turbulent period of student protests and occupations in opposition to the Coalition government's tripling of tuition fees and cutting of the Educational Maintenance Allowance. In discussing the limitations and successes of the student movement, the authors debate with each other on wider questions forms of organisation for political movements struggling against austerity, including the relationship between protest and mainstream politics.
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Keywords: LABOUR PARTY; POLITICS; PROTEST; STRATEGY; STUDENTS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-04-01

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