Each one ate enough for four. Even old Marcel Cachin, dean of the Party hierarchy, scrawny as he was, would put away all kinds of appetizers, a fish, steak, salad, cheeses, a fancy dessert and coffee washed down with plenty of good wine . . . 'What appetites those people have,' Pablo said to me after one of their visits. 'I suppose it's because they're materialists. But they are in more danger from their arteries than from the inequities inherent in the capitalistic system.'
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