HUNGARY: Garden Fresh

Nikita Khrushchev is a bull who is not particular about which china shop he bustles through. Fresh from his triumphal "election" as Soviet Premier and accompanied by his latest favorite, First Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov (see box, p. 24), Khrushchev descended on Budapest, scene of his most dubious triumph. He bounced out of his TU-104 jetliner, kissed Hungarian Party Chief Janos Kadar and Premier Ferenc Munnich on both cheeks, and with a wave of a black Homburg. told 4,000 stone-faced Hungarians: "The Soviet Union and the other Socialist countries are your most loyal...

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