Being A Middle-Class Radical, 1971 –1976
This chapter outlines the spectrum of leftist politics, from moderate students to radical urban guerrillas, and examines how leftists struggled to come to terms with their middle-class status. It also analyzes the Institutional Revolutionary Party's (Partido Revolucionario Institucional, PRI) attempts to reach out to the discontented students.
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