The Polish Review
Additional Publication URL
The Polish United Workers' Party, like the CPSU, has faced a dilemma in its attempts to control its growth. The problem is in maintaining its leading, elite role while remaining fairly representative of the population, or at least of the working class. The difficulty in maintaining this balance has been compounded by the Party's changing image of itself and its role.
This article was archived with permission from the University of Illinois Press, all rights reserved. Document also available from
Mason, David S., "Membership of the Polish United Workers Party" The Polish Review / (1982): 138-153.
Available at https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/facsch_papers/44