Edward Lifson Reports From Poland

on the troubles facing the Gdansk shipyard. It's the birthplace of the Solidarity movement which helped bring down Poland's Communist rule. The shipyard has been bankrupt since last summer, and has lost hundred of thousands of dollars for orders it couldn't finish. The government says it'll try to save at least part of the historic shipyard, but workers and Solidarity officials are doubtful.



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