Why There's Blood In Poland's Streets AgainPeggy Simpson and Karen Lowry Miller
It is Poland's fiercest labor confrontation since the early days of Solidarity: Beginning in mid-May, angry trade unionists from state-owned tractor maker Ursus started taking to Warsaw's streets, igniting tires, splashing red paint around the city, and even burning an effigy of Prime Minister
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