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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 15 - THE SILENCE OF THE GRAVE

Everybody on the street, every friend, warned me to hide and escape. I still was reluctant to do so, for it seemed to me that if a person worked to bring back a multiparty system, he could not leave a sinking boat. I felt I should stay, for our continued efforts might bring about concessions and ease the suffering of the Hungarian people. Thus, days passed, and long difficult nights.
Lonci and I had to stay at the home of a different friend or acquaintance each night. By now, my wife absolutely refused to accept any of my optimistic suggestions. She saw the position of our country as dark and hopeless as it really was. She entertained no hopes concerning the political efforts of the parties or the heroic last stand taken by the workers and our youth. She longed to see her daughter and her mother again.
The Smallholders Party still met. Our meetings were hectic, the risk of attending them frightened the members; nevertheless, we were determined to do everything we could to salvage whatever could be salvaged of the achievements the Revolution had fought for.
We held a meeting on November 23rd. Our aim was to ,decide what the conditions of the Smallholders Party's participaition in a possible new government coalition should be. I will never forget that day, for it was just a month since the Revolution had broken out. It was one of the great moments of history, I am sure, and it certainly was one of the greatest events I will ever live to see. It started the evening before, and early in the

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