Bill Young

Bill Young has a degree in Latin American studies and has traveled widely in the region. This includes time in Allende’s Chile in 1972. Spending twelve years in Indigenous communities in North and South America, he worked for locally-managed co-operatives there. Bill now volunteers in Mutual Aid organizations stateside and is happy to maintain links with América Latina through the UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México).

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Bill Young

Chile Rejects Proposed Constitution: A Setback for the Left, But the Next Round Now Begins

Summary: On the deeply radical content of the new constitution, the forces that produced and opposed it, and the prospects for the future — Editors

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Betting on The Future: Colombians Elect a President & Vice-President from the Left

Summary: Analyzes a breakthrough leftist victory in terms of race, gender, and a history of struggle and repression — Editors

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Earthquake in Chile: Feminist Rescue and Dual Power – A New Beginning for the Left

“Lack of confidence in the masses (is to be) blind to the relationship of theory to history as a historical relationship made by masses in motion”. (p. 288)   “Our epoch is a birth-time, and a pe…

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Chile: Behind the Left’s Victory

Summary: Background and context for Chile’s runoff election – Editors

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