CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 07, 1983
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(Studio) Lech Walesa's refusal to remain silent in Solidarity's struggle in Poland quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Warsaw, Poland) Massive turnout for murdered Solidarity leader Jan Samsonowicz and political implications examined; films shown. Remarks of Gdansk Solidarity president Konrad Maruszczak outlined; Walesa mentioned sending wreath.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
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