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In November 2010, the new Tory government was greeted by the largest and most militant student movement for decades. At the time, a brief wave of euphoria spread through the activist movement. The birth of a new generation of radicals had arrived. In the first of a series of articles on the student movement by the Militant Student editorial board, Daniel Morley looks at the question of the National Union of Students and the role of revolutionary students in relation to it.