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That is why he seems to be too far away from little Bastide and too close to the murderer Quinette. With ' distance ' a participant, his changes depending on the nature of his participation, while with a spectator it does not. A spectator like Romain can be a remarkable writer, but he cannot be a great writer. * * * I did not finish writing about our last year's ' catastrophe ' in Barbizon. The ' story ' was sufficiently spread over the news ­ papers . What a furious torrent of the stupidest fabrications and unfeigned hatred !

Oh, is that so ? This is much more serious than I thought ... ' This note sounded in all his responses, even though in words he was ' agreeing'. In general, he seemed to me to be an honest ' friend of the people ' from an enlightened bourgeois milieu, no more than that. But honest is just the word : he was visibly disgusted by the corruption sur­ rounding Vandervelde-Anseele. Some time later I received a letter from him. The trade unionists were demanding the abandonment of Action, threatening to split with the Party.

In the editorial columns would be stopped; (c) a few months later-six, as I remember-the paper would begin to adopt a line favourable to the U. S. R. in foreign affairs; (d) the reports from Moscow would become favourable; (e) in their second editorial column (on domestic politics) the editors would be left completely free to criticize Bolshevism; (f ) the Soviet government would pay Le Temps a million francs a year, Krassin made an initial bid of a half million and went up to 750,000, at which point the negotiations were interrupted.

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