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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

work of subsidizing and co-ordinating the activities of the Communist Parties, the O.M.S. is still the chief instrument.
The most delicate job entrusted to the O.M.S. resident agents is the distribution of money to finance the Communist Parties, their expensive propaganda and their false fronts-such, for instance, as the League for Peace and Democracy, the International Labour Defence, the International Workers' Aid, the Friends of the Soviet Union, and a host of ostensibly nonpartisan organizations, which became especially important cogs when Moscow embarked upon the popular front.
For many years, while revolutionary prospects there seemed promising, the Comintern poured the greater part of its money into Germany and Central Europe. But when it became more decisively an appendage of the Soviet Government, and revolutionary objectives were side-tracked in favour of Stalinizing public opinion and capturing key-positions in the democratic governments, Moscow's budget for France, Great Britain and the United States were enormously increased.
At no time has any single Communist Party in the world managed to cover more than a very small percentage of its expenses. Moscow's own estimate is that it must bear on an average from ninety to ninety-five per cent of the expenditures of foreign Communist Parties. This money is paid from the Soviet treasury through the O.M.S. in sums decided upon by Stalin's Political Bureau.
The O.M.S. resident agent is the judge, in the first instance, of the wisdom of any new expenditure which a Communist Party wishes to make. In the United States, for example, if the Political Bureau of the American Communist Party contemplates the publication

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