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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 7 - REJECTED ADVICE

organizing of political parties was concerned, he was much more hesitant. It was obvious to me that he would prefer to leave these sensitive questions alone for the time being. I insisted, however, that he listen and consider my arguments, for I was convinced that this was what the people wanted. Unless the government gave freedom to other political parties and proclaimed a free election, the Revolution would take its own course, and the government might forfeit all chances of winning the confidence of the people.
The secretaries waiting outside must have been bored by this long conference. The Gray Eminence entered the room and left with Mrs. Tildy. A few of the cabinet members also returned, and I gave them the same advice that I had given Tildy.
Tildy requested that I keep in close contact with him. He wanted me to be available to him at any hour. He thought that we should work out some way of meeting every day. He asked me to become an advisor to the government.
" Believe me," he said, "it's good to hear an honest opinion like yours. You can be sure that whenever it's possible your suggestions and advice will be taken."
Then he inquired whether I wanted to meet Imre Nagy and the other members of the cabinet. I suggested that we leave this for another occasion. I didn't want to hurt him by saying that I had little to discuss with them, or they with me.
On my way out I repeated once again, "So I am to understand that tomorrow a plane leaves for Bela Kovacs?"
" That's correct," came the answer. "Believe me, we wish that he was here now."

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