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Poland / Strikes #321463

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 03, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Solidarity leader Lech Walesa reported warning Poland's communist authorities of revolution while riot police surrounded striking V.I. Lenin shipyard empls. Report introduced.

(Gdansk, Poland: Bert Quint) Strikers shown demanding that Solidarity become legal again. Birth of Solidarity in 1980 recalled; Walesa quoted. Govt. reported refusing to talk to strikers. Strikers noted demanding same econ. reforms that Mikhail Gorbachev and other communist leaders wanting. Strikers reported protesting against government's reform methods. [Solidarity spokesperson Janusz ONYSZKIEWICZ - comments on situation.] Strikers noted asserting that reform in Poland not possible unless their voices are heard.

Quint, Bert;
Rather, Dan

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