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

from outside by both the West and the East. It would also be suspected from inside because it would satisfy neither the nonCommunists nor the former Communists.
We faced a grave contradiction and had to accept a realistic solution, namely, that the people did not want to tolerate any kind of Communism. They wanted to be free. But they had lost their belief-whether they realized it or not-that we could turn back to live in a Western type of democracy in the shadow of Russia. The economic and social innovations of the years of Communist domination were too deeply woven into the life of the country. Furthermore, it was generally recognized that the Soviet Union was always ready to fight the reestablishment of a Western-style democratic country on her border, while it was very doubtful whether the Western powers were ready to risk a new world war.
Bela Kovacs was very pessimistic about this last aspect. He had grave doubts of any quick action by the Western powers.
I countered with my firm belief that we would get political and diplomatic help from the West. I explained to him that the declaration of our neutrality gave a unique opportunity to the West for intervention, while it gave the Soviets a good chance to save face and withdraw.
He was pleased by my argument but he was far from being convinced.
I had to admit that his analysis of the internal problems went far deeper than mine. Here he interrupted me, and expressed his doubts that even I could understand that if the freedom fight were successful, then I would have to sacrifice my typical Western ideas for political reality.
I went on and told him that I did not believe that all these complex problems were to be solved right now. My approach was simple. We have to solve them step by step. In my judgment two things were the most important: To have a government which would represent the demands of the Revolution and

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