(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
It was a cramped birth. opposition magazine Orientering was created in a whirlwind of factional battles on the Norwegian left in December 1952 and January 1953. Orientering should stand between the the roaring superpowers of the Cold War, do not take a stand for the Soviet Union. Not for America. But the sample number was too one-sided, too US critical.
When the windswept gang that was still standing upright after the riots shook their way to the first constituent general meeting on January 28, 1953, Jacob Friis was fired as editor and Sigurd Evensmo had agreed to take on the job of editor after pressure. . .
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