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and Lurye, had been deceiving the country and the Party. They built canals, laid out roads and constructed buildings at extravagant cost, but kept the recorded expenditures very low.
" But how, I ask you, comrades, how did these scoundrels manage to do this? How, I ask you?"
Yezhov looked hard into the faces of his petrified audience, and said :
" Very simply. The budget of the Commissariat for Internal Affairs is not subject to control. It was from this budget, the budget of his own institution, that Yagoda took the sums enabling him to construct expensive buildings at extremely `low' prices.
" And why did Yagoda and Lurye construct buildings? Why did they build roads? They did this in a race for popularity, for notoriety, for decorations! But how can a traitor be satisfied with these things? Why did Yagoda yearn for popularity? He needed it because in reality he was pursuing the policy of Fouche."
Yezhov's rapid fire of contradictory accusations was stupefying to his audience. Yagoda had served the Okhrana at the age of ten. Yagoda was a thief. Yagoda was a thief who sought notoriety. Now it appeared that common spy, stool-pigeon and thief that he was, lie also wished to emulate Napoleon's notorious Minister of Police !
" This is a very serious question, Comrades," continued Yezhov. "The Party has been compelled throughout all these years to guard carefully against the rise of Foucheism among us. That has not been simple. Yes, Comrades, I must say to you, and every one of you must keep it firmly in mind-even Felix Edmundovich Djerzhinski weakened in his defence of the revolution."
Yezhov came to his peroration, which was in effect:

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