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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

body to join the Party. This era lasted until 1949. Then, another phase started. During that period the Party carefully filtered its membership. Persons who had obviously joined the Party under pressure, or for opportunistic reasons, were excluded. From that time on it became a special privilege to be a Party member. From an over-all total of approximately 1,200,000, the membership was reduced one-third to about 800,000. Approximately two to two and one-half million Hungarians were in direct contact with the Communist Party in one way or another. During the era of terror under Rakosi, the Communists proudly exclaimed that they were responsible for whatever progress happened in the country. As the years passed all Party members, including exParty members, started to realize that they would also be held responsible for the ugly deeds of their murderous leaders.
These were the men who had joined the Revolutionary youth in 1956 without hesitation. Many of them had participated enthusiastically in the actual fighting of the Revolution. Their consciences dictated this action. The origin of the Imre Nagy myth also goes back to the same source. They were anxious to find a leader who was a bona fide Communist, and who could still effect a break with Moscow, leading the country back into complete freedom. There was one reservation, namely, that no one be persecuted for former Party membership.
Even the idea of neutrality, the dream of the majority of Hungarians, had a special appeal to the segment of the population described above. The people felt that the country had always been destroyed as a result of its location between East and West, whenever East and West fought one of their historic battles. For obvious reasons, the mass of ex-Communists and minor Communist Party members were anxious that Hungary should not join any Western bloc. They feared that such an alignment would create an internal political situation where former Communists would be persecuted. Soviet political analysts apparently were aware of the attitudes of these men. That was

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