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Polish-American Emigrants #464636

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1972
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(Studio) Polish-American emigrants featured.

(Warsaw, Poland) Polish-Americans return to Poland. Warsaw club of ex-USA citizens formed. [Emigrant Victor MAKOWSKI - tells why he left US.] [Emigrant Henry PODOLSKI - says he finds more freedom in Poland than in USA.] [Emigrant Mrs. Zophia WABUR - likes the Polish theatres, opera.] [Emigrant Erazm TOMCZAK - speaks of freedom from fear of street crimes.] Polish government purchases United States dollars from these emigrants at premium rate. High standard of living on United States Social Security benefits results. [Emigrant Tadesz KADJTOLKA - is wealthy on Social Security and company pensions.] [Emigrant Frank MAJERCZEK - says it does not bother him to live in Communist country.] Emigrants admit life is better in USA, but dollars go farther in Poland. Rewards of capitalism enjoyed in Communist state.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Reporter(s):
Quinn, Charles
Duration:
00:05:20

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