Three months have passed since Soviet tanks smashed the barricades of Budapest —but the unfinished revolution burns on in Hungarian hearts. Inside Hungary a new rebel watchword is spreading from factory to hamlet: "MUK," from the first letters of the words for "In March we shall rise again."

While Puppet Premier Janos Kadar went on the air last week to condemn the "whispering campaign" for a new rebellion, the embers of the October revolution flared momentarily across the border. At a Hungarian refugee camp outside Vienna, two members of the Hungarian Repatriation Delegation arrived in search of the "thousands and thousands"...

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