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  1. Local Governance in Central and Eastern Europe: Comparing Performance in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Russia (St Antony's) by Tomila V. Lankina, Anneke Hudalla, et all 2008-02-05
  2. Pilsudski: A Life for Poland by Waclaw Jedrzejewicz, 1990-04
  3. Kor: A History of the Workers' Defense Committee in Poland, 1976-1981 (Studies in Society and Culture in East-Central Europe) by Jan Jozef Lipski, Olga Amsterdamska, et all 1985-09
  4. The Roots of Solidarity: A Political Sociology of Poland's Working-Class Democratization by Roman Laba, 1991-04
  5. The Political Trials in Poland, 1981-1986 by Andrzej Swidlicki, 1988-01
  6. Return to Poland by Denis Hills, 1988-12
  7. Poland: Decentralization and Reform of the State (World Bank Country Study) by World Bank, 1992-09
  8. The Road to Gdansk: Poland and the U. S. S. R. by Daniel Singer, 1982-02-01
  9. Decentralization and Local Government: A Danish-Polish Comparative Study in Political Systems
  10. Fiscal Design Surveys Across Levels of Government (Oecd Tax Policy Studies, 7) by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, 2002-02
  11. Contemporary Poland: Space and Society by Grzegorz Wecawowicz, Gregorz Weclawowicz, 1996-06
  12. State, Society and Intelligentsia: Modern Poland and Its Regional Context (Variorum Collected Studies Series, 759) by Janusz Zarnowski, 2003-01
  13. In Search of Poland: The Superpowers' Response to Solidarity, 1980-1989 (P Series 376) by Arthur R. Rachwald, 1990-10
  14. Political and Social Issues in Poland, as Reflected in the Polish Novel, 1946-19 by Anna R. Dadlez, 1989-10-15

The city of Lublin is in Russian poland, capital of the government of Lublin, lies on the Bistrzyca, a tributary of the Vistula, and in 1897 had a population of 50,152, of whom 30,914 were Catholics.
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DIOCESE OF LUBLIN (LUBLINENSIS). The city of Lublin is in Russian Poland, capital of the Government of Lublin, lies on the Bistrzyca, a tributary of the Vistula, and in 1897 had a population of 50,152, of whom 30,914 were Catholics. It is the seat of a Catholic bishop, a governor, and an army corps. Conspicuous among the eleven Catholic churches of the town are the cathedral, dedicated to St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist, which was built by Bernhard Maciejowski (afterwards cardinal) between 1582 and 1600, remained till 1722 in the possession of the Jesuits , and since 1832 has been the cathedral; also the church of St. Stanislaus, erected in 1342 by King Casimir for the Dominicans; the church of the Assumption of Mary "de triumphis", built during 1412 and 1426 by King Wladislaw Jagello, in memory of the victory gained over the Teutonic Order; the parish church of the Conversion of St. Paul, erected in 1461, and till 1864 the church of the Franciscans, etc. Roman Catholics and those of other confessions and to win over the small number of schismatics, who after the Union of Brest remained in Lithuania; but the synod had no success. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Lublin still remained one of the most important towns in Poland. At the Partition of Poland the town went first to Austria; in 1809, after the victory of

62. CNN - Polish Farmers Hope For Agreement In Government Talks - February 5, 1999

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Web posted at: 11:16 a.m. EST (1616 GMT) WARSAW, Poland (AP) Polish farmers negotiating with the government to lift themselves from poverty expressed hope that an agreement could be signed Friday, although their radical leader threatened to restore roadblocks if demands are not immediately met. Government negotiators, led by the agriculture and labor ministers, resumed talks Thursday after farmers stopped blocking dozens of roads across Poland in a protest that began January 25. Negotiations that continued Friday have focused on easing the farmers' impoverished condition with subsidies for farm products and food exports, debt rescheduling and government intervention in food markets. The two sticking points are pork prices and the farmers' demands that protesters not be punished for the roadblocks. The government has rejected that request, saying that the judicial system must remain independent.

63. CNN - Polish Farmers, Workers Protest Government Austerity Regime - September 24
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Polish farmers, workers protest government austerity regime
Polish union members, farmers and opposition activists united in demanding that Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek change his political and economic policies
Demonstrators vow to bring down Prime Minister Buzek
September 24, 1999 Web posted at: 7:29 p.m. EDT (2329 GMT) In this story: Austere path to European Union Turnout smaller than predicted RELATED STORIES, SITES WARSAW (CNN) In one of the biggest demonstrations since the fall of communism 10 years ago, about 30,000 Polish union members, farmers and opposition activists marched through the streets of Warsaw on Friday demanding an end to government austerity measures. They warned center-right Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek that he will face a paralyzing general strike in November unless he backs down on his hard-nosed market-oriented reforms. Many protesters called for early elections.

64. Embattled Polish PM Announces Resignation

65. Budget Row Threatens Polish Leader

66. - Polish Parties Agree To Coalition - October 10, 2001

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Polish parties agree to coalition
SLD leader and ex-communist Miller will lead the coalition WARSAW, Poland Poland's ex-communist Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) and the smaller Polish Peasants' Party have agreed to form a coalition government. The deal was signed on Tuesday, ending negotiations begun after the SLD ousted the right-wing Solidarity government in elections last month. Prime Minister-elect Leszek Miller of the SLD told a news conference: "The government coalition has been formally created. The new government faces many difficult tasks." The agreement obliges the two parties, which governed between 1993 and 1997 in an often-uneasy coalition, to take action to ward off a looming financial crisis and revive stalled European Union membership talks. RESOURCES Profile: Polish Democratic Left Alliance leader Leszek Miller Miller, who will announce his Cabinet on Wednesday, said the coalition deal aimed to boost exports, improve access to education and fight poverty in unemployment-stricken regions.

67. Solidarity Bloc Proposing Its Chairman As New Polish Prime

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    71. Party Votes To Withdraw From Poland's Governing Coalition

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    • Names:
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          Republic of Poland
            conventional short form:
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                  Rzeczpospolita Polska
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                    • Digraph: PL
                    • Type: democratic state
                    • Capital: Warsaw
                    • Administrative divisions: 49 provinces (wojewodztwa, singular - wojewodztwo); Biala Podlaska, Bialystok, Bielsko Biala, Bydgoszcz, Chelm, Ciechanow, Czestochowa, Elblag, Gdansk, Gorzow, Jelenia Gora, Kalisz, Katowice, Kielce, Konin, Koszalin, Krakow, Krosno, Legnica, Leszno, Lodz, Lomza, Lublin, Nowy Sacz, Olsztyn, Opole, Ostroleka, Pila, Piotrkow, Plock, Poznan, Przemysl, Radom, Rzeszow, Siedlce, Sieradz, Skierniewice, Slupsk, Suwalki, Szczecin, Tarnobrzeg, Tarnow, Torun, Walbrzych, Warszawa, Wloclawek, Wroclaw, Zamosc, Zielona Gora
                    • Independence: 11 November 1918 (independent republic proclaimed)
                    • National holiday: Constitution Day, 3 May (1791)
                    • Constitution: interim "small constitution" came into effect in December 1992 replacing the Communist-imposed constitution of 22 July 1952; new democratic constitution being drafted

    73. - Poland May Get Coalition Rule - September 29, 2001

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    SLD leader and ex-communit Miller favours a coalition government WARSAW, Poland Poland's former communists favour a coalition government rather than a minority cabinet after their party fell just short of a majority in the recent general election, the ex-communist leader said. "I believe that a coalition government would be better. You avoid chasing down every single deputy to beg him or her to vote," said Leszek Miller, whose Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) is 15 seats shorts of the 231-seat majority in parliament. The SLD ousted the ruling right-wing Solidarity bloc from parliament in last Sunday's election on a wave of voter anger at mounting unemployment, now at 16 percent, corruption scandals and mishandled reforms. Miller told the business daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita on Saturday that if coalition talks go smoothly, an SLD-led cabinet could be formed soon after the resignation of outgoing Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek, due on October 19.

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    75. Poland's Prime Minister Rejects Freedom Union Resignations

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    78. Poland - Government - Flag Description
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    Poland - Flag description
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    80. Poland - Government - Government Type
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