Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-1992

Publisher

Current History Inc.

Departments

Political Science

Abstract

Three years after Poland's Communist leaders admitted defeat and turned power over to the men and women they had interned in 1981, faith in the government is lower than it was at the end of the Communist era. And after four elections and five prime ministers, few in the country believe in the system or hope their lot in life will improve.

Comments

Reprinted with permission from Current History Nov.1992.

© 1992, Current History, Inc.

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