By Charles Wankel
Offers an account of the major position of Polish scholar hobbies within the rebirth in their state. It presents a background of pupil activism in Poland and explains the context within which fresh alterations have occurred.
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As an academician in attendance reported, "When Michnik got up and tried to leave, they stopped him and threw him down on the floor again. This was repeated several times. Finally they let us out ... " 199 On occasion antisemitic insults were hurled. 200 A number of the violent and disruptive youths were recognized as students. 201 Many were martial arts and The Context 39 wrestling experts from the SZSP at the Academy of Physical Education. Jerzy Folcik, a fourth year student and the Chairman of the College Council of the SZSP at that college, was involved in the violent disruptions.
The Cracow SKS appealed for help in his defense to academic centers around the country. SKS organizations in Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw sent appeals to the Minister of Higher Education and to the rector for Pochitonow's readmission. On 20 April 1978 a delegation of 30 persons presented Rector Tadeusz Wojtaszek a petition signed by 402 Cracowian 30 Polish Anti-Communist Student Organizations students, plus resolutions passed at various Jagiellonian University departmental meetings. He was also given a letter expressing solidarity from the students of the University of Cologne.
129 Also it noted that the SZSP " ... operates under the auspices of the PZPR (the Communist Party) and recruits future members for that Party"; a situation which many students found repugnant and intolerable. 130 This was seen as precluding the possibility of the SZSP acting as a viable defender of students' rights and other interests. " 132 Similar, though smaller, student memorial and solidarity actions were held in Warsaw, L6dz, Gdansk and Poznan. 133 Many of the participants, particularly KOR activists and their young associates, were arrested; also many apartments were searched.