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He had the patronage of Mikhail Suslov, the main ideologist for the CPSU, and had impressed with his practical and theoretical knowledge of the machinations of the party from grassroots level upwards.
Nikita Khrushchev, Anastas Mikoyan, and even such hard-liners as Mikhail Suslov seemed predisposed to allow Budapest a significant degree of autonomy in its interpretation of communism.
Mikhail Suslov, the Politburo member in charge of the Soviet peace offensive from the Stalin era until into the 1980s, told the Cominform (Communist Information Bureau) in 1949: