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

"I'm so glad," he replied, "because I want to be sure that nothing rash is decided."
" Nothing foolish will happen," I assured him, "but the party will organize itself."
Again I warned him that the government should not delay in declaring the right to free political organization. He was evasive in his answer, but he ordered the officer in charge of the Guard to supply me with a car and chauffeur for the day. As the meeting of the party was to take place in Buda, and there were no streetcars or buses, I was glad to accept his offer of transportation this time. Before leaving, I joined Maleter and his group for a few minutes longer. I was anxious to get their evaluation of the military situation. The picture they drew for me in a few words was dark. The Russians were moving in new units. I was on my way out when President Dobi stopped me.
He was worried about several things. Primarily he was concerned about his own personal relation with the newly organized Smallholders Party. He was afraid that the party might expel him and fire him from his position. He had every reason to be worried. His performance during the past years had not won him any sympathy from honest Hungarians.
The second problem, however, concerned me also. It was a basic question whether the number of political parties should be limited to the ones taking part in the coalition of 1945-47. These parties were the Smallholders, the Social Democrats, and the Peasant Party.
There was no easy answer to this. In principle we were for complete political freedom. But at this point we felt that a large number of parties advocating principles distasteful to the Russians would jeopardize all the accomplishments of the Revolution. I felt that we should not challenge the right of the constructive opposition parties which used to serve an important function during the time of the coalition. These represented the

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