Relations between the Daily 'Czas' and Krakow's Press and Conservative Press in the Years 1920-1934
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Published at the times of the Second Republic of Poland, the leading conservative daily 'Czas' enjoyed widespread respect among the Krakow press. The author analyses relationships between the daily and other papers (both friendly and adversary). The former included the Christian Democratic periodical 'Glos Narodu' and the socialist 'Naprzód', while the latter included Poznan's 'Dziennik Poznanski' and Warsaw's 'Dzien Polski'. Due to differences in their political agendas, the Krakow daily maintained a distanced attitude towards the Vilnius' 'Slowo'.
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