(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[essay] "Night to July 4, 68 STEINA I US Embassy," Tron Øgrim, who died too early on May 23, confessed in a short story in the book The Son of Man. The following year, he left the national meeting of the Socialist People's Party together with a shock youth from SUF. They slammed the doors – and stapled AKP (ml).
The Uppsala boy Øgrim became the party strategist and chief ideologue in the new party. But where Rune Slagstad's national strategists created the bureaucratic state and left-wing capitalism, Øgrim first and foremost left its mark. . .
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