Urban Poles Spurn Politics for Business

Poland's city-dwellers are more interested in making money than politics and that could mean an upset for the Kaczynski twins in this weekend's elections

The mayor's office in the Polish port city of Gdansk is located in a 1960s office building, away from the city's renovated historic neighborhoods. Cables hang from the walls in the stairwell, and the air is heavy with the drabness of officialdom.

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