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Are Things Getting Better in Eastern Europe?

- Abstract

One of the effects of the Polish crisis has been to puncture the notion of Eastern Europe as an island of political stability in an otherwise disorderly world. The belief that the people of Eastern Europe had reached a grudging acceptance both of Communis



About the Author

Arch Puddington is director of research at Freedom House and the author, most recently, of Lane Kirkland: Champion of American Labor.