The Case of Roman Dmowski (Beginnings: 1886–1905)
Chapter Seven: The Modern Pole Confronting Turn-of-The-Century Challenges
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Chapter Seven The Modern Pole Confronting Turn-of-The-Century Challenges
The responsibility of people who have any ideas at all, who think just a little about the past and feel the need for some continual, consistent action following a clear plan, is above all to work on drawing human attention away from these details, from chewing over this dreary daily fare, to directing it to broader and more important issues, to real work for the future of the nation, to realistic, planned politics.
Cajus [J.L. Popławski], ‘Kilka słów o naszej myśli politycznej. Pogadanka warszawska’, Przegląd Wszechpolski, 15 III 1897, no. 6, p. 123
You have to know the world and understand it, and create your own life following your own needs. Then the world will not be so ugly, and life in it not as bad as we often imagine.
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