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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
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has been chosen for an important mission in China, in the Near East, or in Latin America. This is the beginning of his decline. Detached from his own party, thrown into a remote sphere where he can accomplish little, he returns to Moscow to face a very dour Comintern chief.
" Well, Comrade," the chief says, "what results have you to show for the six months you were in Brazil, and the thousand pounds you spent?"
Excuses are of no avail. The familiar argumentand obvious fact-that the working class of Brazil has not yet reached a sufficient level of political consciousness to embrace Communist teachings, falls on deaf ears. Informed of all this, his comrades at home, if they have not forgotten him entirely, see him now in a new light. The Comintern sent him to Brazil and lie didn't deliver the goods.
The next step follows logically. He is now given a job in one of the thousands of Soviet Bureaus. He becomes a wage employee of the Soviet Government, and his political career is at an end. From this moment, if he has any backbone, his chief ambition is to get out of the Soviet Union and back to his country and to sever all ties with Soviet Russia and the Comintern. In this he does not often succeed.
One of the most tragic cases of this kind was that of my friend Stanislaw Hubermann, brother of the world-renowned violinist. Hubermann, who was known in our circle as Stach Huber, entered the Polish revolutionary movement during the World War. Together with Muenzenberg he was one of the founders of the Young Communist League. He worked valiantly in the underground Communist Party and soon became one of its leaders. He served many prison sentences in Poland and was often severely beaten by the police.

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