MÉRAY, TIBOR (1924– ), author and journalist. At first a dedicated supporter of the Rákosi regime after World War ii, Méray later joined Imre Nagy's revisionists and, when the 1956 revolution collapsed, fled to Paris. There he edited the radical newspaper Irodalmi Ujság and, during the Six-Day War of 1967, wrote in support of Israel. The Enemy (1958), confessions of a party hack, was a satire on Stalinism. Thirteen Days That Shook the Kremlin (1958) described the Hungarian Revolution. The Revolt of the Mind: A Case History of Intellectual Resistance behind the Iron Curtain appeared in English in 1975.
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