Hungary and the Communist Party: An Appeal against Expulsion
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London: Self-published, (1957), Wraps. 48 p. Fryer was the correspondent of the London "Daily Worker" in Hungary at the time of the 1956 uprising. His dispatches became increasing critical of the Soviet Union until he was suspended and then expelled from the Communist Party of Great Britain for alleged lack of "objectivity"