|Title:||The Liberation of One|
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|Publisher:||Harvest Books; 1st edition (September 19, 1987)|
Personal Name: Spasowski, Romuald. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The liberation of one, Romuald Spasowski.
Romuald Spasowski was raised by his father, a university professor, to believe in Marxism long before it was popular/fashionable idea in Poland. He lived through the Nazi and Soviet invasion, WW II and the Soviet occupation. He worked hard to bring about the Utopia his father had dreamed possible but learned the hard way that everything he believed in was wrong. The Best Book I've Read All Year! Published by Thriftbooks. The book reads like a great Tom Clancy novel in terms of its ability to instantly engage you in the main charactor's plight, yet its even more powerful in the sense that this is real history and not fiction, a very individual and personal history and at the same time a history of a European region throughout a very important period of. time. I cannot recommend this book enough. Only a true, tragic story can be like this.
Romuald Spasowski came of age between the world wars in Warsaw, Poland. His father being a prominent communist university professor, Spasowski adopted communism and atheism from an early age. The Liberation of One is his autobiography, documenting his slow, decades-long disillusionment with communism and its brutal implementation. This transition in his thinking was immeasurably complicated by his employment as a high-level diplomat for the communist Polish government. This employment terminated dramatically with his defection to the United States in 1981. The book’s strengths are many.
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Spasowski has now written his life story: the spiritual and intellectual journey of a boy who grew up to become a dedicated communist, who rose high in the ranks of the party and who eventually came to believe that the creed to which he had dedicated his life had turned Poland into a ""colony"" of Soviet Russia. It was his father, a professor and political theorist (The Liberation of Man), who imparted to Spasowski a profound belief in Soviet-type socialism.
Romuald Spasowski (1921-08-20 – 1995-08-11), once an ardent Communist and Poland's ambassador to the United States, is best known for having defected at the height of the Solidarity crisis in 1981. Francis Romuald Spasowski was born in Warsaw, Poland. His father, Władysław, was a university professor and leading intellectual. Althougn not a member of the Polish Communist party, Władysław Spasowski wrote "The Liberation of Man," an important Communist theoretical work, and raised Romauld to believe in Marxism long before it was fashionable in Polish intellectual circles.
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Silence is evils' ally Sometimes the liberation of a whole nation begins with the liberation of one. Genre. Please write a description for this profile. This is the text that will appear on the about page and should be a description of what this topic is.