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

in-law. They were both well. He also told me of the attitude of the peasants toward the Revolution. They simply left the collective farms and took back their own land. That was their way of supporting the Revolution.
We continued toward Parliament. In the car Peter told me that my friend of the previous evening had spoken to Lonci about leaving for abroad. He had received a prompt refusal. She would not leave without me.
When we reached Parliament we found a tense situation. We were concerned with the reorganization of the government and the distribution of cabinet seats among the parties. I felt that the Smallholders Party which, in the free elections of 1945 received fifty-seven per cent of the votes, should have its proportionate representation. Tildy resented my insistence that the Smallholders Party have what I regarded as a fair share in governing the country. I explained that giving the Communists a significant role in the government would not serve the interests of the country either at home or abroad.
Tildy's view was that the Soviet Union would be more likely to accept the government in Hungary if Socialist Parties were in a majority. He felt that the Soviets' attitude toward us was crucial. In contrast my view was that if the Soviets interfered and crushed Hungarian freedom they would not care in the slightest about the composition of the government. To prevent any Soviet danger the government had to take immediate diplomatic steps. A good United Nations representative might be of greater help now than the whole government. Kovacs persuaded me to yield and accept Tildy's view. We ended our debate in a sombre mood.
Tildy seemed to be much more concerned than the rest of us. We did not know it then, but he had probably heard that Janos Kadar had disappeared mysteriously the night before. A Soviet limousine had picked him up.
Things were really chaotic. All over the country Revolutionary

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