National Union of Students

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National Union Of Students - Outside Europe
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Australian Liberal Students' Federation - National Union of Students
... The Australian Liberal Students' Federation has had a long history of engagement and influence in national student bodies since its inception, and held numerous office bearer positions in the National Union ... By the 1970s, however, Liberal students became increasingly disillusioned with student representatives' support for what they saw as radical fringe elements mostly ... It said that "Instead of properly performing its core role as an advocate for student interests and a provider of student services it became hostage to extremist views more interested in international affairs ...
Oxford University Labour Club - Broader Political Involvement - National Union of Students
... Stephen Twigg was National President of the National Union of Students and an OULC member in the early 1990s ...

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    Separatism of any kind promotes marginalization of those unwilling to grapple with the whole body of knowledge and creative works available to others. This is true of black students who do not want to read works by white writers, of female students of any race who do not want to read books by men, and of white students who only want to read works by white writers.
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    Perhaps our national ambition to standardize ourselves has behind it the notion that democracy means standardization. But standardization is the surest way to destroy the initiative, to benumb the creative impulse above all else essential to the vitality and growth of democratic ideals.
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    The union of hands and hearts.
    Jeremy Taylor (1613–1667)