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Lech Walesa in Chicago

Chicago Daily Observer 30 October 2010 No Comment

Nobel laureate, former President of Poland, and leader of the Solidarity movement Lech Walesa spoke at a luncheon sponsored by the Adam Andrzejewski group For the Good of Illinois at the University Club of Chicago today.

Also on hand to speak was Republican nominee for Governor of Illinois State Senator Bill Brady who noted the role of Walesa, Pope John Paul II, and Ronald Reagan in promoting freedom and individual liberty in Poland and across the world. Brady continued that ironically our own government in Illinois is infringing on the freedoms of its citizens through high taxes, corruption, and regulations.

Brady’s opponent in the November election, Governor Pat Quinn, was also invited to attend and make a statement but he chose to decline.

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