NORWAY: Salome, Where She Danced

There is no truth to the rumor, circulated by the Conservatives, that Norway is getting tired of Socialism; there is plenty of proof that she is thoroughly tired of Communists. Norwegians went to the polls last week to elect a new Parliament, and decisively gave both proofs.

In effect, the election called for a vote of confidence in Norway's four-year-old Socialist experiment, directed by lean, ascetic Commerce Minister Erik Brofoss, a Norse version of Britain's Sir Stafford Cripps.

In the campaign the Communists made a lot of noise, said nothing that was much to the point. But the Conservatives, like their...

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