HUNGARY: Rakosi Recants

Much of the verbal cyanide which blew around Yugoslav Communist Leader Tito during his famous quarrel with Stalin was manufactured in the propaganda laboratory of Hungarian Communist Leader Matyas Rakosi. Tito never forgot or forgave. With the recent renewal of friendship between Russia and Yugoslavia, it was Tito's turn to poison Rakosi's cup. In a speech at Karlovac, he sharply reminded the Russians that Hungary was being noticeably slow about getting on the new friendship train. Said Tito: "These are people lacking in the Communist courage to admit their past mistakes towards our country. For years they have been...

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