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was no hero whom Antacus would not vanquish. "What was the secret of his strength?" asked Stalin.
" The reason was that every time in battle with an enemy he found himself in danger, he clung to the earth, his mother who bore and nourished him, and thus he gained new strength. But still he had his vulnerable spot, the danger of being somehow torn away from the earth.
" His enemies learned this weakness and surrounded him. Then there appeared a foe who took advantage of this weakness and conquered him. This was Hercules. But how did Hercules conquer him? He tore him away from the earth, lifted him into the air, deprived him of the chance to cling to the earth, and by this means he strangled him in mid-air.
" I believe that the Bolsheviks remind us of Antxus, the hero of Greek mythology. They, just like Antxus, are strong in that they are attached to their mother, to the masses who bore, nurtured and reared them. And so long as they maintain the bond with their mother, with the people, they have every chance to remain invincible.
" This is the secret of the invincibility of the Bolshevik leadership."
In his solicitude to keep in touch with the people, Stalin employed a special staff of about one hundred persons, picked from the highest Soviet officials and their wives. One day they would ride in the Moscow street-cars catching bits of conversation. Another day they would stand in the long queues and note whether the housewives were satisfied or were grumbling. Then they would ride in the trains to Kiev, Odessa, to the Urals. Everywhere these aristocratic onlookers tried to maintain their bond with their mother, the masses. Stalin, as he put it, wanted them to "look into the eyes of the Russian people."

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