Poland: The Bear Growls Back

Irked by Solidarity's independence, Moscow issues a warning So far it was only a war of words, but it was heating up with alarming ferocity. In its harshest warning to date to Poland's Communist leaders, Moscow last week declared that an "unbridled" campaign of "rabid propaganda" against the Soviet Union had been allowed to reach "dangerous limits" with impunity. Delivered personally to Polish Party Boss Stanislaw Kania by Soviet Ambassador Boris Aristov, the message called on Warsaw to take "radical steps" to curb the "malicious propaganda and actions hostile toward the...

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