Poland and Czech Republic

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The Polish nobility were famous in Europe for their liberal rules and liberal freedoms at the time when many other European countries were authoritarian monarchies. Poland had a parliament and even some democratic practices for centuries even before it was partitioned by the end of the eighteenth century...
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(Larissa) Poland's Catholicism had puzzled outside countries when in 1980 Polish workers astonished the world by setting genuinely independent labor unions when the president of the time Lech Walesa was holding a crucifix and by burly strikers. This was just the beginning of the Solidarity movement. Even after the revival of the Polish Labor movement, the outside world was left with the mystery of the strange conflicting coexistence between the Catholic Church and the Communist Party...
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