Kapuscinski's Reports Hit Communism at Home

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Covering Africa in the 1960s and '70s, Polish writer and journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski managed a veiled critique of a Polish government then controlled by communists. He died Tuesday at 74. Lawrence Weschler reflects with Renee Montagne about his friend and colleague's life and impact.



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