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The primate of Poland's influential Roman Catholic Church defended his cautious policy toward the country's martial law government. Jozef Glemp said it was not his duty to speak out for programs suggested by other people but to work for church principles. He had been criticized for not defending more strongly the independent trade union now banned.

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