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

besides, remember that's not what the Revolution was started for," the professor coolly replied.
" The Revolution was started in the hearts of the people," I answered in anger. "No one person started it. No one organized it. It came like a storm and now it's a fact."
The debate would have probably become even more heated but the doorbell rang. The arriving guest was an old prison mate of mine, Steve, the flyer. He was all excited, and he started talking immediately.
" I was looking for you everywhere. You simply must do something. Are you politicians? Can't you stop this blood bath? What are you waiting for? Are you waiting for the youth to pull the chestnuts out of the fire for you, while you will simply take your seats in the Cabinet?"
I embraced Steve and laughed at our professor friend.
" You see? Here's the classical argument against you."
He rose and remarked, "It's the classical, dramatic approach.
It has precious little connection with reason." With this he left.
" Who is that idiot?" Steve inquired.
" A friend of ours, an intellectual from the streets," I replied.
" Nonsense," he answered. "He's an intellectual from a dusty old library."
" Well, for those who want to know more about politics," Lonci spoke up, "it may not be such a bad idea to spend some time in libraries instead of shouting on the streets." With this she left the room.
" Your wife doesn't seem to be in a good humor," Steve remarked. "I am sorry that I made her angry."
We put his mind at ease and explained that he was not the guilty one. I was the culprit, for I had gone down into the streets and taken a big breath of the same air of freedom that the ten million Hungarians were now breathing.

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