Anonymous Secret Agent. Report about István Malgot's ’maximal and minimal political program’, 1976. Manuscript
The agent who went by the cover name “Tamás Fehér” submitted a report about his meetings and talks with István Malgot, during which he attempted to learn about Malgot’s political views. He wrote about Malgot’s ’minimal and maximal political program in 1976. According to Malgot’s maximal program, ideally technocrat scientists, artists, and officials would govern the socialist state. The role of the family would decrease, and instead of families, communes would be created based on love and work. The commune would be a form of existence not only for the free artist but also for the other workers, and it would constitute a reform to tradition practices of child rearing. The minimal program involved the group’s activity, which consisted not only of artistic work but also of a struggle against manipulation and for democracy. The political police judged István Malgot’s political views as antisocial.
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- Huhák, Heléna