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It seems here as if someone with sympathies to the Socialist Youth tries to gain some political territory without necessarily deserving it. Claiming that it is the Socialist Youth who have "gained recognition in the media" for the policy of financing school students' books and equipment, is a gross exaggeration. This is the policy of 6 of 8 comparable political youth organisations in Norway, and a long-time demand from the school student union. Unless someone proves that the Socialist Youth was the first organisation to come up with this policy, the section will be removed within a few weeks. --Desor 15:24, 19 August 2006 (UTC)