You can lead a Communist to a five-year
plan, but you can't make him fulfill it. Last week Deputy Premier
Matyas Rakosi admitted that Hungary's plan was a failurein
agriculture, coal mining and heavy industry. Said Rakosi: "The hardest
nut to crack is agriculture. Why? Because not even the Communists in
the villages follow the policy of our party."
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