"The Embassy staff are watched day and night by their jailers, the secret police. At least two sets of agents keep a jealous eye on the entire crew. Everyone is suspect. The greatest crime is to be needlessly friendly with an American."
"The Ambassador's chauffeur, for example, drives His Excellency Georgy Zarubin, but he is also a bodyguard and house detective at social functions. More important, he relays secret reports on the behavior of the Ambassador and other high officials to secret-police headquarters in Moscow."
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