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PART III - SEARCHING FOR HELP
CHAPTER 1 - IN THE IMPERIAL CITY

through my plan, they would be able to help the Hungarian people, too. I was completely taken by his magnanimity. In Hungary we sometimes used to think that Americans were cold businessmen who had no use for sentiment.
My plan evolved in the following form: I would ask the cities for a solemn declaration of their solidarity with Budapest. If in addition they should raise funds for the rebuilding of Budapest, they could deposit the money in their own banks or in an international bank. When Budapest was free again, they could then erect new buildings with the funds. I cherished the hope that all the large cities of the free world would come forward with offers to build a new school, a hospital, a nursery, or some other structure. All the buildings designed in the varied architectural styles of the donors would be erected in a certain part of Budapest, and would proclaim to future generations the magnanimity of free men throughout the world.
It was not easy to find the right person to be my assistant. The new refugees were out, for none of them had the fluency with the languages which was a "must." The old refugees were skeptical and some were cynical. They did not have the enthusiasm we needed. Finally, of all people, it was a young poet whom I selected. Lonci's parents had known his parents.
When I met the young man in a coffee house I inquired if he was the same person, J. C., whose parents had been good friends of my wife's parents. In a cold tone he inquired whether I wanted to meet him or his parents. His understanding was that I wanted to interview him to be my secretary, not his father, who is dead. I liked his answer, for I don't believe in judging people through the merits or faults of their parents. When I finished explaining my project, he inquired what my interest was in pursuing this project.
I became red with anger and he said, "Please don't be angry. We agreed to speak frankly."
" Well," I answered more calmly, "I want this to benefit my

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