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The idea of “Solidarity” has been killed in Poland after 1989. Law and Justice fills this space only rhetorically
The tragedy of Poland is that it had to conform to the demands of the international Western community. It had to become aggressively capitalist and corporatist and it could not assert its independence. Jarema Piekutowski interviews Maurice Glasman
Jarema Piekutowski: You consider yourself a conservative. Yet you have been a member of the Labour Party since 1976, Why such a choice? Maurice Glasman: First, it's my family inheritance. My grandfather was born in Poland, in Warszawa. They were Jews who left in 1905, strongly anti-fascist. We were a poor, working class family. My mother went to work in a factory when she was 13 years old. We were also very religious – in contemporary terms we would be considered very conservative in our values. So I was true to my tradition. The second aspect is that the mainstream Anglo-conservatists from Burke don't understand that the market is a desecrating force, that it turns human beings into commodities, dissolves...