The Case of Roman Dmowski (Beginnings: 1886–1905)
Chapter Six: A Journey Towards Ideals
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Chapter Six A Journey Towards Ideals
Roman Dmowski’s Journalism 1895–1905
People with our temperament do not wish to be hobbled by any moral obligations […]. We both tend to do things a little on the grand side, which means that both of us feel confined in this world of ours. […]. You feel that there are no free people in Poland, ones breathing deeply, liberated from this stink which impregnates our moral climate […]. Meanwhile, only those people who are prepared to ignore everyone and everything can make a major impact.
Roman Dmowski to Władysław Reymont, 1898, M. Kułakowski, Roman Dmowski w świetle listów i wspomnień, vol. 1, London 1968, pp. 216–217
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