(Sarah Parnass, Piotr Malecki/The Washington Post)
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'We're at the point where we're surrendering our freedom'
Władysław Frasyniuk championed democracy in the face of Communist rule in Poland in the 80s. Now, he warns the freedom he fought for is starting to slip away.
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