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“The Trotsky” Journal. .

After watching this movie, I have realized that Leon Bronstein had a very hard time to get others to

follow his actions because he was boring into a rich family and because he went to a remarkable private

school. Leon Bronstein was often teased by everyone at school, mostly by his principal and father. Bronstein

thought he was the reincarnation of Leon Trotsky because he got sent to public school due to him starting

a hunger strike at his father’s clothing factory. Bronstein’s goal was to unionize the students, but that was

really hard. This would help give everyone a voice so they could be heard and not ignored like before, this

could help students feel as if they have the power to get what they deserve and not have to settle for

something bad knowing they have to talk/use it. The most challenging thing that Leon encountered was

the struggle between students that are either doubtful or really uninterested in what he was aiming for.

Leon then after assembled some peers from his high school against the rules and gave everyone a voice.

A students’ union is a group of students organizing an event. This is very common in universities,

colleges, and also began in high schools. Students’ unions are run by students to try to help represent their

fellow peers within the institution. Students’ unions generally have similar aims regardless of the extent of

politicization, usually focusing on providing students with facilities, support, and services. Bronstein never

gave up on what he wanted most; a better life for himself and the students.

In Canada, going into university or collage is not free, there is something called a tuition fee. Over

the years this “tuition free” to get into post-secondary would increase slightly, if we want the tuition fees to

go down; we would need a large number of students to support this idea. (Basically to unionize...
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