Lifelong Struggle of Polish Professor Is Study in Freedom
McClellan, Bill, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
LIKE EVERYONE applying for U.S. citizenship, Michal Rozbicki had to take an oral exam. In his case, the examiner asked him to explain the significance of the First Amendment and its relevance to freedom of speech.
He hesitated, and tried to compose his thoughts. Rozbicki was born in Poland 49 years ago. He grew up in the rubble of Warsaw, which had been devastated in the second World War.
One day, while playing in a friend's attic, he came across an old issue of Life magazine. The lifestyle revealed therein seemed glamorous, and what's more, when he examined the date of the issue, he saw that it was from 1944. It was wartime, and yet the people seemed so …
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