Good News from Sweden

October 1976
National Review;10/15/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 39, p1107
The article comments on the defeat of Olof Palme in the 1976 elections in Sweden. The implication of the defeat on the state's socialist parties is cited. The proliferation of bureaucracy is reported. The commitment of Palme to totalitarianism is addressed. It also looks at the plan of elected Prime Minister Thorbjorn Falldin to cut back on bureaucracy and taxes.


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