Barbarians at the gate

Matraszek, Marek
September 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;9/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 38, p8
Focuses on the rise and fall of civilization and barbarity in Poland caused by the September 11 terrorist in the United States. Experience of death, war and disease creating a challenge to human existence; Response of human to sudden experience of mortality; Provision of leadership by politicians to improve standard of living by the people.


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