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These sudden switches are often explained in terms of the great centralization of power in the Soviet Union or the small amount of leeway allowed to any individual in the system. But while the perfect synchronization of such switches in behavior from extreme uncooperativeness to the sudden semblance of cooperation may be thus explained, the disposition to in reversals needs further study. When the behavior of members engage sharp of different societies is we compared, find that the capacity for reversing a much, from the Japanese prisoner, who is willing to broadon behalf of his captor within a few hours after being taken prisoner, to a position differs very cast people like the Poles, who remain actively intransigeant in spite of drastic changes in circumstances.

Vishinsky: There were no prospects in the struggle? Muralov: The danger of remaining in these positions, the danger to the state, to the Party, to the revolution. And Grinko I refer to our ... 18 says in his last plea: my inner feeling of satisfaction ... ^ munisticbeskoi Partti), stenographic account, ... calamities which we USSR, have been averted. CPSU (XVII Moscow, 17 happiness at the fact that conspiracy has been discovered and that the 1934, s'ezd Vsesoyuznoi p. Kom- 565. Report of Court Proceedings in the Case of the Anti-Trotskyite Centre, Moscow, January 23-30, 1937, pp.

That everything required for the prosecution of war would be supI myself did not have a wide field of observaplied. In the case of agriculture, I went to the same collective farms, in the Kursk Guberniya tion: ... knew I every year . 12 . in 1935 [they] represented . . something absolutely different from what Centre heard before Report of Court Proceedings in the Case of the Anti-Trotskyite the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR, Moscow, January 23-30, 1937. Published by the People's Commissariat of Justice of the USSR, Moscow, 1937, pp.

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