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Page Nine

SEEK FREEDOM FROM MOSCOW:
Euro communists soften line
LONDON lA) - A Soviet at- existent monolothic Communist dependence." The French Com- * Relations between Moscow
tack on the Spanish Commu- movement." munist newspaper Humanite and the Swedish party have
nists has further widened the published a mild rebuke of the been strained since the mid-
split between Moscow and Wes- THE ITALIAN party leader, attack on Carrillo. 1960s. Sweden's Communists
tern Europe's major Commu- Enrico Berlinguer, is seen as call themselves a Western
nis patie, ad a Asocited the main architect of Erocom- Of the three major parties, cal httsve a Wser
Presa aurvey and Associated l mnism and has often shaken French Communists have been demratic party.
Press survey shows that small-Moscowis thhisindepenen c closest to Moscow, though they *The British Communist party
er parties, too, are rethinking h i denounced the 1968 Soviet inva- s -
their unquestioning allegiance French party leader Georges sion of Czechoslovakia. frequently shows its hy depen-
to the Kremlin. Marchais, questioned by report - dene, has publicly opposed the
The dispute is growing as the ers about the Soviet artists, Kremlin on the dissident issue
Western Communists strive for stressed that "we act full - with the French Socialists, Mar- and has acked Carrillo.
popular acceptance with their chais hopes to get a piece of
brand of "Eurocommunism," a power in parliamentary elec-
movement marked by indepen- tions next spring.
dene from the Soviet line and Among Western Eprope's
adherence to democratic values. smaller, less successful Com-
THE MOST IMPORTANT mmnist parties:
parties - in Italy, France and *0Greek Eurocommunists, who
Spain - aim for e4her signifi- are organized as the "Com-
cant power - sharing or event- munist party of the Interior,"
ual takeover of their govern- denounced the attack on Car-.
ments. To do-this, they reason, rillo as "an expression of out-
they must shake the image of dated despotism." Greece's
being manipulated from afar. larger Moscow-line Communist
But even smaller parties with party is believed to be rapidly
no immediate hope for power losing support to the maverick
are separating themselves more group.
and more from the Soviets. " The Belgian party is cau-
The attitude of the Carter tiously taking a more indepen-
administration has become a dentline toward Moscow, criti-
significant factor in the Euro .cizing Soviet treatment of do-
communists' growing debate mestic dissidents and siding
with Moscow. Marc ais w C ler ng? er
Washington is now taking a
softer line on the dangers of
Eurocommunism to the Western
alliance than did former Secre-
tary of State .Henry Kissinger.
The current secretary of state,
Cyrus Vance, even agreed withw '
a suggestion by an Italian jour-
nalist in a recent interview that
the potential damage to the So-
viet bloc from Eurocommunism
might eventually outweigh any
harm done to NATO.
BESIDES INSLSTING on au-
tonomy from the Russians, the
Eurocommunist parties say
they will seek power through
parliamentary means and will
generally respect Western dem-
ocratic institutions, tactics con-
trary to the Russian line. Many
Eurocommunists say the Soviet
way means repression of human
rights.
The latest battle broke out
last week when the Kremlin de-
nounced Santiago Carrillo, head
of the Spanish Communist par-
ty, accusing him of playing into
the hands of "imperialist reac- -
tionary forces." Western Euro-
peon Communists quickly ral-
lied to Carrillo's side.
The Kremlin, which still
nurses a desire to keep a guid-
ing hand on Western European
parties, attacked Carrillo be-
cause of his outspoken support
of an independent line from
Moscow.
C A R R I L L 0 RETORTED,
that Stalinism "still is very
much alive in the Soviet Un-
ion," and he challenged Soviet
leaders to an open debate.
This touched a partiularly
sore spot with the present
Kremlin leaders, who have tried
to convince the outside world ON ALL
that Stalin and his authoritar-
ian excesses are buried for-
ever
The Italian Communist party,
which is the biggest in the West
and already has an effective
role in the Italian government,
said Moscow's attack, publish-
ed in the Soviet magazine New
Times, was based on a "non-
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