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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 4 - A NEW CELLAR AND A NEW STYLE

during the next session of the United Nations General Assembly.
We discussed and analyzed world events. We agreed that the coming years would be decisive ones. The United States would have to force a showdown with the U.S.S.R. before the latter broke the atomic monopoly. This left a two-year leeway at the most.
Geza told me that he was a member of the Communist Party. He felt that the ideologies of the Western world were impotent, and that the United States had no definite foreign policy. He believed that the Soviet Union had more imagination and initiative, and that the West consulted too long and acted too late. He felt that the next decade or two would see the Soviet Union getting in front, and that as the Soviet Union succeeded, its methods would become milder. It would adopt much from the West. For these reasons Geza felt that every intelligent person should become a Communist even though he knew that the theories of both Marx and Lenin were outdated.
We spent about two weeks together. I tried to convince Geza that his viewpoint was corrupt and immoral. He laughed at this.
" You are not even practical," I exclaimed, "for your reasoning is faulty. There's no question in my mind that the West will emerge as the winner from this great struggle. Look at the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, NATO, and the airlift to Berlin."
He only answered that he felt every intelligent Hungarian should join the Communist Party, and then the situation would be different. I was shocked at his materialistic and Machiavellian thinking.
" I hope your philosophy doesn't characterize the thinking of your generation," I told him.
" Actually, it doesn't," he answered with a cynical smile. "Most of them think differently, but believe me, this will become a Communist country, and everybody will join them."

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