Chapter 56, Only Profit Is Eternal

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Having no money was a big problem. Despite Fickvena being a writer with a decent income, she too was powerless to solve the school's funding issues.

Fundraising? A look into the reasons behind the establishment of the Hungarian National School made it clear—collecting funds now was impossible.

It was related to the great revolution of 1848. The advocates for the promotion of the Hungarian language and script were mostly inclined toward the Revolutionary Party. Nearly all of these people had met with God or were fighting for the Austrian railway cause.

Those who had narrowly escaped were mostly moderates. These individuals tended to be extremely cautious and were few in number, lacking the capacity to take on such an expense.