Karel Kovanda, a Czechoslovakian who emigrated to the United States in 1970 at the age of 25, speaks with Dorothy Healey on conditions in Poland. He gives his opinions on the significance of recent events in Poland which culminated in victories for trade unions, as well as the topic of censorship. Left channel (Kovanda's mike) quit recording sometime before 30 minutes into program and then came back. Belatedly realized tape threaded wrong.
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