Brasília, Dec. 6th, '80
Concerning the article ``Playing Russian Roulette''
To the Editor
So the nonchalant Polish workers ``want to tweak the bear's nose'',
a Western analyst (Dec. 8th
) suggests. Probably
exhaustion and hunger lead workers to strikes more often then
the temptation to tease bears but this is forgotten by analysts
of the Central Europe (which is renamed Eastern Europe
for psychological reasons).
The bear was invited to boss Polish factory at Yalta. It got the
détente breath after treading down the Prague Spring. After invading
Poland it might offer you a super-détente, some 4 years from now
at a conference in Kabul, the capital of neutral Afghanistan
Socialist Republic. The analysts would flock there to work out
another peaceful period. I guess again they might succeed.
Maria Luisa Cisneros
TIME & LIFE BUILDING
NEW YORK 10020
212 JUDSON 6-1212
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