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Bund, Jewish Labor Party in Poland, Decides to Remain Independent

January 10, 1929
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President with the question as to what the (###), the leading Jewish labor party in Poland, is to do in regard to its political and theoretical (###), the 95 delegates assembled at the fourth national convention of the party decided to let the status into (###).Three groups within the party advocated three different courses of action. One urged that the Fund join the Second International under certain conditions, the second advocated the joining of the International without any conditions, and the third urged that the (###) re(###) as it is now, independent of any of the international socialist associations. The last group won when the (###) was taken to (###) the matter rest until the next conversation, while the executive committee was (###) to contiune its relations with the Left Wing of the Second International.

As to the party’s attitude toward the P. P. S., the Polish Socialist party, the compensation went on record as finding in impossible to a(###) itself with the P. P. S. as long as the latter will not change its general policy and in (###) its policy toward the national (###) in the country.

Matters of (###) Jewish interest were also reported that the B(###) has 378 (###) representations in Kellillah (###) and in the si(###) (###) (###) and in city governments. The question as to whether the (###) its to (###) to participate in the work of the (###) was (###) the number the further dis(###) in a (###) in the party press.

Reports (###) showed that (###) the period under review the party (###) has (###) (###).(###) (###) (###)

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