As Poland changes, so does its leading daily by Josephine Schmidt Born out of the massive and bold underground publishing effort that accompanied Solidarity’s struggle against Communist rule, Gazeta Wyborcza has since 1989 skillfully navigated its independence to emerge not only as Poland’s foremost daily newspaper, but as one of Europe’s most recognized dailies. For […]

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