Books: Between Two Worlds

_ THE FROZEN REVOLUTION (269 pp.)—Frank Glbney—Farrar, Straus & Cudahy ($4.75).

The Star-Spangled Banner celebrates the fact that, after a night of battle, the country's flag was still there. The Polish national anthem celebrates the fact that, after centuries of battle, the country is still there. This cautious, realistic anthem —"Poland is not yet lost"—could serve as the theme of this book. The Frozen Revolution undertakes to explain how it happened that Poland is still there and that its cause—vital to the West—is not yet lost.

It is one of the 20th century's major...

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