The US labor movement wants Reagan to pull the financial plug on Poland.
The AFL-CIO, which has strongly supported the Polish labor movement Solidarity, is seeing red as a result of the latest crackdown against the Polish union. Commenting on the workers' resistance to an order dissolving Solidarity, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Thomas R. Donahue says the Polish government ''cannot kill the spirit of workers and the Polish people.'' He says President Reagan should respond strongly be declaring the Polish debt in immediate default ,
The US labor group also wants the White House to shut off further credit to the Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc satellites, including Poland.