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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 8 - REBIRTH OF POLITICAL PARTIES

will give up so easily? Remember that it hasn't been long since you were in prison."
Early that afternoon we listened to Imre Nagy. He was enthusiastic, and though he was cautious on certain crucial issues, it was obvious that he identified himself with the Revolution.
The people of Budapest were divided in their opinion of him. Some, like myself, rooted for him, because they felt that he could find a way out of our difficulties. Others were bitterly opposed to him. After all, they claimed, wasn't he the one who had called in the Russians? He should resign as soon as possible, and someone with a clean record should take his place. Nevertheless, even these people acknowledged that he had recognized the Workers' Councils, as well as replacing the hammer and sickle with the ancient Kossuth symbol. The withdrawal of the Russian troops had also made quite an impression on the skeptics.
Tildy's speech tended to increase the number of Imre Nagy's supporters rather than create a following for Tildy. People were cautious with their forgiveness. The National Guard was organized under General Bela Kiraly, a former prison mate of mine. The armed youth, instead of surrendering its weapons, decided to join the Guard. Everyone was proud of them. Most of us were virtually glued to our radios.
We learned with great excitement of the United Nations Security Council's meeting discussing the Hungarian problem.
The following day, the 29th, Tildy was anxious that I come to see him without further delay. I arrived there quickly. Tildy was extremely busy. Secretaries were coming and going, cabinet members received their instructions, and he seemed full of energy and activity.
" I am glad to see how busy you are," I told him, "but I would be even happier if I heard over the radio that we have withdrawn from the Warsaw Pact, and that the Government has

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