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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 1 - THE GRAY EMINENCE

of independence from Moscow. One thing, however, we must never forget. We must go on building a Socialist State."
" And what does that mean?" I inquired naively.
He was ready with the answer. "You might call it Titoism, or Gomulkaism."
Now I knew why he had come. His purpose was to sell me, if possible, on the so-called National Communism. I fully realized that my future was at stake and the extent of the risks involved. They could still take me back to prison. I remained quiet, however, and let him go on talking. He was somewhat discomfited by my silence. He looked at me and continued:
" Of course you would have to receive ample financial compensation for your sufferings. You would receive a fine home in Budapest since you would have to reside in the capital."
This sounded like a clear-cut proposition. I was curious what the alternative would be, but I knew that he would let me know it in due time. Instead I asked him:
" And tell me, are you sure that's what the Hungarian people want?"
Obviously he didn't like the question, for he smiled engagingly, and became even more benign in his attitude.
" Well, the people . . . you know the people. They want what they are told to want. If people like you, and some other non-Communists whom they trust would explain things to them, they will understand, and that's exactly what should be done."
I glanced at my wife. Her face was anxious. She understood the full implication of the visit, and was worried lest I give an angry answer. However, I kept silent, staring at him with a fixed, indifferent smile on my face. I made him continue with his talk. Now he was name-dropping.
" Zoltan Tildy, Dobi, Bognar, all agreed on these things. The Communists are willing to let them participate again in public affairs. They all knew that you planned to leave Budapest.

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