A violent union demonstration in Warsaw stirred up debate over what it means to be right-wing or left-wing in a post-communist, post-Solidarity context. As identities shift, Solidarity seems too extreme at both ends by MITCHELL ORENSTEIN A RECENT SOLIDARITY DEMONSTRATION that grew out of an 18-day strike at the Ursus tractor factory turned Warsaw 1995 […]

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