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Jeff Jacoby

A Polish leader reflects on the state of the world

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / May 3, 2006

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HIS HAIR is white now and the day is long gone when his legs could propel him over a shipyard wall, as they did in Gdansk in August 1980. But Lech Walesa's face is as familiar as ever and his personality just as brash and charismatic. Even now, to experience Walesa in person is to sense the gifts of leadership ... (Full article: 789 words)

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