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A radical bastion

PAX publishing is one of the few bastions of radicalism in Norway. The neo-radicalism of the 60 years is hard to imagine without this arsenal of political literature.

Orientering 2. November 1968

PAX has given the left wing new insight and increased impact. There is hardly any politically conscious person on the left wing who has not, directly or indirectly, received impulses from the PAX books. And it is not least PAX's merit that Norwegian radicalism in the 60s has become less provincial, less characterized by the traditional special Norwegian indignation, and more argumentative, supported by a larger one. . .

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Kjell Cordtsen
Cordsen was previously editor of Orientering, and included in the name change to New Time in 1975.

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