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July 7, 1956
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,fering all the agonies of the chameleon who landed on a crazy quilt made out of Scotch plaids. The riots in Poznan, Poland, demand of the Worker that It: 1. Exemplify the new self-criticism role the Reds are now playing. 2. Sympathize with the workers of Poland who were rioting. 3. Charge that the yvorkers were hired stooges of Allen Dulles. 4. Show that the Polish Government Is in command. 5. Claim that democracy marches on In. Poland. Accordingly, the Worker editor says that the Polish Premier admits "various frequently annoying grievances"; hints that one of these annoying grievances might be hunger, due to the fact that for years the United Stales "barred the sale- let alone the donation--of surplus food Ito aoclaliat countiles"; declares that "no person of trod will can feel anything but grief and ? egret at the terrible.loss of life in Poznan." (although the front page of the Worker notes estimates of deaths of from ?/ 'a 480 b%? rifle, machine gun and tank lur) Gays chat the workers had justifier, g-levanccs and "insufficient ave- nues II gecuring redress of grievances"; and rf rges the whole thing up to Allen Du:Jd of the American Central Intern- FW,fr i Agency. party line was followed, but some oo/ a nervous wreck. A tiE DALLAS MORNING NEWS J (l 7 1956 Approved For Release 2000/08/24: CIA-RPBTR6990 CPYRGHT Self-Criticism on Poznan R Approved For Release 2000/08/24: CIA-RDP70-00058R000100130088-0