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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
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tracks down to its source every ripple of foreign opposition to Stalin. It follows with special vigilance all threads running from foreign Communists to potential oppositionists inside the Russian Communist Party.
One of the most unsavoury jobs assigned to this department is the luring to Moscow of foreign Communists suspected of disloyalty to Stalin. A Communist who believes himself in good standing with the Comintern will receive word from the executive committee that he is needed in Moscow. Flattered at this recognition of his importance, he hastens to the C:omintern capital. Upon his arrival he is turned over to the Ogpu and disappears. Many such catches are credited to the Cadres Section, which through its network of spies frequently receives "information" not only false, but malicious, tending to show that the individual in question has not been toeing the Stalinist line. The number of foreign Communists who have been thus lured to their destruction will probably never be ascertained.
Moscow has also more refined methods of handling foreign Communist leaders who are in disfavour. An important political figure who still enjoys a certain amount of prestige among his own followers has to be whittled down before he is ready for the discard. He must be compromised in the eyes of Communists in his own country. When that is done, lie can be dealt with summarily.
The whittling down process follows a well-designed pattern. The first step is to remove him from work in his own country. Ordered to Moscow, he must choose between obedience and immediate expulsion. He cannot refuse and remain in the Communist Party. But if he has high standing, he cannot be turned instantly into a Soviet office boy. Summoned to the offices of the Comintern he is informed that he

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