Poland: Have a Soothing Cup of Tea

There isn't much else in the pot, and trouble is brewing

The party congress had come and gone, government officials had promised new approaches to old programs, but still the anger grew. In Warsaw, some 2,000 textile workers quit their jobs for three hours, and many municipal bus drivers refused to go out on their routes. In Lodz, the country's second largest city, caravans of trucks and buses drove into the center of town with headlights flashing and horns blaring to the cheers of thousands of approving onlookers. The vehicles were festooned with...

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