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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 14 - SOVIET HESITATION

diplomacy would fail to take advantage of Soviet hesitation and force the U.S.S.R. to make concessions through diplomatic pressure.
I am convinced, and so were most of us, that if the West had offered a meeting of heads of states or Foreign Ministers, or other diplomatic steps, they could have settled the fate of Hungary together with the fate of Eastern Europe in a satisfactory manner.
Days passed and we started to feel that possibly the Western world had no such plan ready. Even then, if there was no such plan ready, two weeks should have been ample time to shape a policy. After all, we had done considerable planning and had set up policies in the limited time available to us during the Revolution. It seemed to us that another logical hope was that the future fate of Hungary would influence developments in Poland, too. Meanwhile, the coalition parties of the Revolution started to establish contact with one another, in case the Kadar government resigned or displayed willingness to negotiate. I met Bela Kovacs again. He was somber and worn out, with very high blood pressure. He was a sick, bitter man once again.
" I told you that I have no hope. You don't know the Russians well enough and you don't know the West well enough," he told me. "Well, what's the point of talking about it now?"
The Gray Eminence showed up, too. He felt that the party should organize into one bloc and declare its willingness to accept basic social reforms effected under Soviet rule. Maybe such a sober compromise would salvage the multiparty system.
" Perhaps we should unite even more," he suggested. "Maybe we should accept the new government without an election for a predetermined period of time."
By that time we all knew the details of the plan for the solution advanced by Istvan Bibo, the heroic minister of the Petofi Party. According to this plan, all parties and social organizations should pledge cooperation for a ten-year-period and promise not to challenge or change any of the social reforms.

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