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Researching the Polish Revolution

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As a part of the participation in the exchange programme between Indiana University and Warsaw University, the author travelled to Poland in 1986, and used the opportunity to learn about Solidarity and the significant social movements that had characterised Communist Poland. During the research, change around him was becoming evident: strikes broke out in several parts of the country; people expected an end to the Communist regime within a short period of time. His research included interviews included not only the Solidarity leaders and activists, but leading intellectuals, including several in and associated with KOR, priests and others affiliated with the Church, journalists and academics and leaders of the reform movement within the Communist Party during the 1980s.

Keywords:Communist regime; Polish Revolution; Solidarity movement



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