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

groups were organizing, issuing reports and new orders, and starting newspapers. The youth organizations and workers' councils all had their problems and demanded quick solutions. Former prison mates wanted legislation that would rehabilitate and compensate them.
I was on the verge of complete exhaustion, and some of my friends advised me to take over City Hall and abandon all of these feverish activities.
A friend of mine, also a member of the Executive Committee and an expert on city problems, however, convinced me that I should stick to my present job. Bechtler, the vice-mayor, was able to cope with the problems of the city and could go on for a few more days while I established order and a functioning administration in the Smallholders Party. It was extremely important to keep the party united and to keep individual members from letting their own enthusiasm run away with them.
There was also the question of liaison with other parties and leading personalities.
Several people stressed the importance of paying a visit to Cardinal Mindszenty. Some people thought that all parties based on a Christian ideology should join forces. When this idea was brought up to Mindszenty, the Prince Primate explained that he stood above parties, and that he could not change this policy. I sent a message of greeting to the Cardinal, telling him that I planned to pay my respects the following week.
Bela Padanyi-Gulyas wanted to speak with me. We met, and he presented his views on the international situation. He felt that a Soviet attack was near. He was truly convinced that without the immediate help of the West we were lost. He wanted a car to leave for Vienna. He offered to take Lonci and my daughter, too. "After all," he argued, "you have to have a reliable representative outside."
" Look, Bela," I replied, "if I did what you suggested I would

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