January 1982
National Review;1/22/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p11
The article presents information on several socio-political developments related to Poland. Willy Brandt, president of the organization Socialist International has stressed his hope that detente will not be affected by the military crackdown on the Solidarity movement. The Socialist Workers Party, the largest Trotskyist group has condemned the repressive measures in Poland . U.S. President Ronald Reagan has supported Solidarity and Polish trade union rights; Polish fishing vessels continue tied up in Vancouver because seamen flown over to man them after other crewmen defected are defecting themselves.


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