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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 10 - A GREAT PATRIOT

We began a long and friendly talk. Slowly his warm human personality broke through the discipline he had imposed upon himself during the long years of suffering. He knew, as I did, that the whole Hungarian nation wanted to be rid of Communism forever. There was no doubt whatsoever that this included national Communism also. But his main argument was that he knew the Russians better than I or anybody else. All this could be a Russian trick. The Soviets would never permit a small nation under their domination to regain her freedom. Why then should he lend his name to this government which could not identify itself with the demands of the whole nation during the precious days of the Revolution? As a consequence of this it has a very doubtful future.
His other worry was that even by joining the government there would be no opportunity to represent the real feelings and will of the nation, for the present status of external affairs was very dangerous, and after long years of oppression the internal problems were too complex to solve satisfactorily. Take, for instance, the large number of former Communist Party members. No matter how enthusiastic they were right now, they would never accept a clearly Western type of democracy. His view was that the revolution must forge its own order of state with bloody sacrifices. In his eyes it seemed that this new order would not resemble a clean Western type of democracy. It would be something new in which, despite our opposition, institutions and customs established by the Communists would still remain in the social and economic life of the country. He was convinced that even the new order of state which was created in relative freedom in the years of 1945-46-47, belonged to the past. Terrible years went by during which people had to face new realities daily. The Revolution forged the whole nation into a sacred unity against Soviet domination. It would not be so easy to find the same unity when searching for a synthesis of the free enterprise system and socialism. Such a synthesis would be suspected

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