Revolutionary Youth League (Finland)

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Vallankumouksellinen Nuorisoliitto (Revolutionary Youth League), a political youth organization in Finland during the 1980s. VKN was the youth wing of Demokraattinen Vaihtoehto (Democratic Alternative). VKN had 3,250 members at one point.


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