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

himself his mask of discipline. The members of the Executive Committee one after the other made short speeches. They all asked him to take the chairmanship of the party. He thanked them for these kind words but coolly refused to accept the unanimous offer.
The conference was interrupted by Tildy's telephone call. He wanted to talk to Bela Kovacs.
" Tell him I'm busy," he replied coldly. "We are in conference."
" He wants you to go to Parliament immediately."
" I'll take my time," Kovacs replied, "and go when I'm through here."
A few minutes later Tildy called again, urging Kovacs to come. But Kovacs wanted to know about the Smallholders Party program. I explained to him that we had not issued a program at that time. We had identified ourselves with the demands of the Revolution, and we would give a detailed political program in the election campaign.
" All right," he said, "but I have my own ideas about a party program. I'm not sure you'll agree with me," he continued. "I have discovered that you can never turn back; even our 1945 program is dated now."
" All right," I said. "We'll have time to discuss that later on."
He then explained that, for the time being, he would not accept the leadership of the party under any circumstances. He needed a few days to think and to see the situation clearly.
" Now we can go to Parliament," he said to me.
" Don't you want to go alone?" I asked him.
" No, you have to come with me." On the way I spoke to him.
" Bela, if you don't want to join the party or the government, I'll leave the party, myself, and organize another party with some friends. Without you I can't carry the burden of the party's past record."

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