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and ita handling of the currant aisuutlon probably will encourage othev Potca to preooouac further problem in thc party, and aVsgjs. disturb Poland'c ilarocu Fact allies.
The party leadership has once again demonstrated that it will bow under pressure, which willthe rank and file in the party and probablythe chances that Kania's opponents in_ the Politburo and Secretariat will seek to replace him. fMff,
Kania also will now find it more difficult toMoscow and the critical Warsaw Pact countries that he is capable ot restoring party control. Although tho regime has avoided an immediate crisis, it has notits position within the country orls Poland's neighbors. (emm*
By releasing the two men arrested for leaking andlassified document, the regimeeneral strike in Warsaw. Last night, strikers at the major I'.uta steel plant voted to return to work. Jobcontinue, however, at several other factories In the capital.
Solidarity Leaders in Warsaw apparently have not dropped thoir other far-reaching demands. DeputyJagielski, who negotiated the settlement of the strikes in Gdansk in August, began negotiations yestor-day with tho union loaders aad offered to hold further consultations. He said ha would have to talk with higher authorities botore agreeing on what topics should ho discussed. 4TsmV
Tho regime presumably decided to make concessions to tho Warsaw chapter of Solidarity after the union's
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national luadora undo mud tho strlfcu and Implicitly warned that thuy would call Cor larger ncnlu strlkua Lf thc roglmu aou.|hr.onfrontation.
Ono ray of hopu for the party la thatnational loaders also ur-jgd union mcmbors to rorraln Trim making further wage dumanda and called for an end to wildcat atrlkoa. Tho party will aook to oxplolt thu dlffuruncen between tho irodur.itmi In tha national union leadership and the mora militant national and local loodurn but [irobably will fall aa long aa the party remains divl dud.
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The Czechoslovak media on Wudnuaday attacked tho strike Solidarity had planned In WaraawullburaLu effort to Joopardlzo tha "aacurlty of Poland." Tho Czochoalovaka alao publicly aald that tho crlala naya throat to tho security of tha Maria* Pact,
Yoatorday tho Czechoslovaks, In their party dally, again drew comparlsona batwaan -hit ts happening now In Poland and what occurred ln thoir country Thuy exhorted tho Polish party toirm hand but hinted that lf tho current Leadership does not do ao there are others ln Poland who might "stop forward." Poral'in MinlstorChnoupok pranumably will mako tho somahon ho talks with Polish loaders during hisvisit to Warsaw, sbjb.
Tho Bast Carmana will ba greatly alarmad at tha now avidanco of Solidarity's strength and tho wooknaas of tho rogtma. East Gorman Foreign Mlnjwtor riachor roportudly confided falBpJHrMHr^BllBHiy^^BBBVoviir a
that East Cormany was prepared to Intarvano militarily* to arrast tho disintegration of Polish Communist Party; control.
Pischor cltod aa his greatest concerns thoIndopondonca of thu trade union movomant and tho marked Inability of tha party to control ovonts. ald that Cast Doriln could net tolorato any significant doviatlon from-an tab lishod patterns of authority In MM}
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Soviets hevn yet to coossent on tho raoat rocent duvoluunente, but thay probably regard thou oa further ivtdunco that the altuatlon ln Poland La gottlng out of homJ. Tlin Movlot media signaled mountlnt| ooncorn on WaJnuwiJay by replaying Poliah accusations that Warsaw haa boon favoring tho now Lndapendont trade unLona at the expense nt the orriclal Labor organizations. 0MP
One Soviet Ideologue has warned publiclyraformlnta taken In the past by HungaryCzechoslovak La, le unacceptable. Soviet Ambassador Artwtuv and hie Soviet colleagues ln Poland hove lamontod that Iho regime in "much too lenient" in dealing with BSmmmBBB,Original document.