The election of Aleksander Kwasniewski as president has sharply polarized Polish society. Aleksander Smolar argues that to heal social divisions and avoid a revenge-driven cold civil war, the president needs to make a clear break with his communist past22 March 1996 WARSAW-By his followers, Aleksander Kwasniewski has been described as a Moses figure – the […]

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