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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 6 - A CALL FROM PARLIAMENT

"All right, then I will see you in the morning."
When I put down the receiver, Alicia and the others rushed up to me, embracing me and offering congratulations.
" You really spoke as a good patriot. It was time for them to hear these things."
" Don't worry. They had already been told about this. The delegations of students and workers made their feelings clear in no uncertain terms."
Still, it felt very good to tell them how I felt. That's all I could do in this situation and that's what I did. We would see what would happen.
Lonci did not like these latest developments at all. In a reserved manner she refrained from making comments of her own.
" Lonci, if I were you I would be rather proud," Alicia said, unable to resist the remark.
" I don't want to be proud, I'd rather be happy," Lonci retorted. "I would rather see Misi concerned about his child, not about Tildy."
We ate in silence. The gunfire could be heard punctuating all of our conversation. And, of course, the phone hardly stopped ringing. People whom I hadn't heard from in many years telephoned. Several of them mentioned in these conversations that the Smallholders Party should soon reorganize.
While I was in prison, we had a fairly good channel of information with regard to happenings in the world. We knew precious little, however, about how individuals had behaved and resisted Communist pressure.
Late in the evening, a friend of mine who lived close to the Kilian Barracks called on us. After complaining how hard it was to reach our number he furnished me with some details about the fighting there. The most interesting part of his information was about Pal Maleter, the heroic military leader of the Freedom Fighters. This man's prestige seemed to be increasing day by day. We discussed events that evening in some detail.
In a cool and almost detached manner, Lonci explained why

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