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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 9 - DAYS OF GLORY

On my way out I met two leaders of the Social Democratic Party who had come to negotiate with Tildy. They were former prison mates. We embraced each other warmly. Naturally, the only subject to discuss was the present situation. I asked them if they were planning to participate in the government. They were not yet sure, they told me. We agreed somewhat jokingly at this point, that any party joining the government would actually lose some of its popularity with the masses.
The Gray Eminence came in.
" What's wrong?" I inquired.
" We have another complication," he said, "the only condition on which the Social Democrats would be permitted to enter the government is if the Socialist International agrees."
" Why don't you find out?" I suggested.
" Well," he answered, "as a matter of fact, Anna Kethly would need a passport to go to Vienna to attend the congress there, and I wonder whether, in such critical days, it is wise for one of the top leaders of the Social Democratic Party to leave the country."
" Why shouldn't she go?" I queried. "After all, the Soviet Union seems to be in a conciliatory mood. The Western world will get some much-needed firsthand information from her. Today the whole world follows the Hungarian problem with attention and concern."
He looked at me and then answered in a quiet tone.
" The big ones often don't like it if the small ones ask unpleasant questions."
I left him and on my way out, I saw Tildy returning.
" Well, what happened?" I inquired.
His eyes were sparkling. "Mikoyan accepted everything," he said.
With this good news I left for the Smallholders Party meeting. By now volunteers of the party had repossessed the party headquarters which, for the past seven years, had housed the

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