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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 11 - BEFORE THE STORM

both our families, and leave immediately for Austria. We can't stay here for another minute. The Russians are coming."
The request sounded preposterous to me. I was convinced that we could handle all these difficulties and I was trying to find the right words with which to refuse him without hurting him. He read my thoughts.
" Don't hesitate," he said. "I mean well to you and your family. Leave everything here and come."
" No, I can't," I said with determination. "I will stay here and do my duty."
" This is a crime against your family and yourself," he replied in an excited voice.
" I still prefer it to a crime against my country and my people."
" The country," he replied quietly, "is something intangible. Your family is a reality. They are a part of the country. Your primary obligation is toward your family. Everything else comes after."
" I can't argue with your convictions," I said. "Besides, I'm much too tired to argue. There are thousands of things I have to do, and I need all my energy."
" I'm sorry," he answered. "I see that you're a hopeless idealist. This is commendable but it's not practical. Above all, it's unfair to your family. Let me take your wife and daughter at least. Then you can do anything you want to."
I suggested that he discuss this with Lonci and said goodnight to him.
I had to work on my radio speech, but things were so hectic that I had to retire with my typewriter to the only place where I still could find privacy, the bathroom.
Early in the morning two university students came to call. They were determined and wanted to know the Smallholders Party views on two questions. Would the formation of political parties threaten the political unity of the Revolution? They

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