Gary Dudney

gdudney@comcast.net

Gary Dudney spent four years in Poland on Fulbright exchanges after earning his Master's degree at the University of Kansas. He has worked for McGraw-Hill since returning to the States with his Polish wife.

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Time Machine Poland

Thirty-some years after martial law, Poland is thriving. But life wasn’t always this good. Travel with us to 1981.

FEBRUARY 12, 2014 by GARY DUDNEY

Today Poland is a thriving, vigorous free-market democracy, but things were much different in 1981.

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