In returning communist-era leaders to power, Poland’s voters did not opt for a return to communism, argues Adam Michnik. Instead, they opted for a return to the only normalcy, stabilization, and peace some of them have ever known22 March 1996SINCE 1989, FORMER DISSIDENT ADAM Michnik has been the editor in chief of the Warsaw-based daily […]

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