On 25th June, 1976, workers of Radom, Poland, took to the streets in protest against the communist authorities. It wasn’t an organized riot, the idea of “Solidarność” was not yet ready, no structures existed to lead the workers protest. They didn’t arrange it. They just couldn’t bare another wave of humiliation. The price of meat was to rise by 69 %, sugar by 100 %. But it wasn’t about the meat or the sugar after all. The idea was to manifest that they were humans. They wanted a just and free country. Without fear and delusions of success. The protest...
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