Mano, D. Keith
April 1982
National Review;4/2/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p371
The article focuses on the issues related to the liberalism in Poland. The author opines that there are more left-wing sects and fewer left-wing people in Poland. Poland is subject to the most harsh repression in the name of an oligarchy increasingly isolated and utterly without credit. According to the author, Polish workers, despite their un-Marxist Catholicism, look more like workers than any other national type. Poles live in constant jeopardy. Moreover, according to the author, Soviet Union has always feared contamination by the Polish spirit.


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