Seeing Through the Eyes of the Polish Revolution: Solidarity and the Struggle Against Communism in Poland

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BRILL, 13 sep. 2013 - 440 pagina's
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Jack M. Bloom presents a moving account of how an opposition developed and triumphed in communist Poland, showing the perspectives and experiences of the participants, while often letting them recount their own stories and explain their thinking.
 

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Introduction
1
Chapter One Patronage and Corruption in Communist Poland
17
Part One The Emergence of Opposition
43
Chapter Two The First Systemic Crisis
45
The Solidarity Generation
67
Chapter Four A Line of Blood
81
Chapter Five An Opposition Emerges
99
Chapter Six Independent Organisations and Opposition
125
Chapter Twelve The Party at War with Itself
237
Chapter Thirteen Approaching Open Conflict
261
Part Three A Resurgent Opposition and the End of Communism in Poland
285
Chapter Fourteen CounterRevolution
287
Chapter Fifteen The Resistance
307
Chapter Sixteen Rebuilding the Movement
323
Chapter Seventeen To Kill a Priest
345
Chapter Eighteen Negotiating the End
363

Part Two The Solidarity Revolution
143
Chapter Seven The Solidarity Explosion
145
Chapter Eight Social Solidarity and the Victory of Solidarność
165
Chapter Nine The Solidarity Revolution
183
Chapter Ten The Solidarity Offensive
199
the Turning Point
219
Conclusion
375
Researching the Polish Revolution
387
Glossary of Interviewees
399
References
409
Index
421
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