The Reluctant Satellites

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The Reluctant Satellites

By Leslie B. Bain
Macmillan, 1960
233 pp. $3.95

Chiefly a journalist's first-hand account of the 1956 Hungarian revolt. Interesting as a direct reporter, and in some cases a corrector of erroneous information, he tends to flail about when generalizing on the meaning of the revolution, his appraisal of the participants and the role of American policy.

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