'Dancing Bears' Offers A Look Into How Countries Adapted To Life After Communism

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Polish journalist Witold Szablowski's nonfiction book, Dancing Bears, introduces readers to people in formerly communist countries who have a hard time adapting to life after the being freed from oppressive regimes.

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