A Case History of Hope: the Story of Poland's Peaceful Revolution

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A Case History of Hope: the Story of Poland's Peaceful Revolution

By Flora Lewis
Doubleday, 1958
267 pp. $3.95
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An excellent report, by the wife of the New York Times correspondent, Sydney Gruson, on the movement of events in Poland from the death of Stalin to the present. While the hopes of October 1956 have not been realized, the changes accomplished in that dramatic year remain of permanent interest.

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