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2,759 views • January 21, 2023

Lech Walesa: ‘Communism’s Days Are Numbered Wherever It Exists’

Today, I sit down with Lech Walesa, the former leader of Solidarity, Poland’s first communist-era independent trade union. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983 and played an instrumental role in Poland’s transition from communism to democracy, becoming the first post-communist President of Poland in 1990. We discuss the end of communism in Poland, the Russia-Ukraine War, and the continued fight for freedom in Cuba, China, and beyond. “Communism’s days are numbered wherever it exists,” Walesa says.
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