Notes and Comment

January 1982
New Yorker;1/18/1982, Vol. 57 Issue 48, p29
The article focuses on various issues related to politics and government as of January 1982. It comments on the state of martial law in Poland and the capture and detention of Lech Walesa, the elected leader of the suspended Solidarity movement. It provides information on the economic condition of Detroit, Michigan and its automobile industry.


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