By Charles Wankel
Offers an account of the main function of Polish pupil hobbies within the rebirth in their nation. It presents a historical past of scholar activism in Poland and explains the context within which fresh adjustments have occurred.
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The authorities used this as grounds for the expulsion of several SKS leaders whose names appeared on its masthead. The same harsh measure was used 36 Polish Anti-Communist Student Organizations against 13 other students who issued a protest statement on 3 June 1979. After numerous appeals, five of the SKS members were readmitted for the fall 1979 term. 188 The Szczecin SKS The last of the SKSs was organized in the Baltic city of Szczecin. Their declaration noted that they could not quietly observe the increasing curtailment of their freedom, having ideologies forced upon them, and the lack of an appropriately representative student organization.
On 15 July 1977 Mieczyslaw Hess, the Rector of Jagiellonian University, had issued a prohibition against lending books published earlier than 1969 to undergraduate students. However, after a robust protest by the SKS, this order was rescinded. " The university libraries involved included Jagiellonian and Warsaw. " 152 The books designated as such in Cracow included titles in the humanities, including some by the noted midtwentieth century Polish authors Witold Gombrowicz and Czeslaw Milosz. The SKS produced a poster depicting a padlocked book.
However these efforts were to no avail. The SKS statement had attempted to show, through an analysis of 21 personnel decisions taken over the previous two academic years at the University of Warsaw, that political, as opposed to scholarly, criteria had been largely used in arriving at such decisions. 165 The Gdansk SKS An SKS was founded in Gdansk on 5 November 1977/ 66 though some of its activists had previously managed to put out the first issue of Bratniak, which developed into its newsletter.
Anti-Communist Student Organizations and the Polish Renewal by Charles Wankel