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  1. Polityka

    Polityka is a centre-left weekly newsmagazine in Poland. With a circulation of 170,000 it is the country's biggest selling weekly, ahead of Newsweek's Polish edition and Wprost. Today, the magazine has a slightly intellectual, social liberal profile, setting it apart from the more conservative Wprost and the glossier approach of Newsweek Poland. Prominent editors and permanent contributors include Adam Krzemiński, Janina Paradowska, Daniel Passent, Ludwik Stomma, Adam Szostkiewicz, Jacek Żakowski, Ryszard Kapuściński, Jerzy Urban, and Krzysztof Zanussi Since 1959 Polityka awards its History Award and since 1993 it confers annually the Paszport Polityki awards for artists. Since late 1990s it also funds scholarships for young scientists. Established in 1957, after the end of Polish Stalinism, the magazine slowly developed a reputation for moderately critical journalism, promoting economical way of thinking, although always remaining within the constraints of the tightly controlled press in a communist country. Notably, Polityka was launched to replace the more radical Po prostu. The magazine reached reputation in 1961, printing five parts of Adolf Eichmann's memoires, stolen by anti-Nazis and given to Polityka. In 1983 the magazine was a subject of critics of Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for postulating political pluralism. Its long-time editor was Mieczysław Rakowski, later the last First Secretary of communist party and the last communist prime minister of Poland, who eventually concurred with the democratic process of ending communist rule in Poland in 1989. Polityka supported talks of Round Table in Poland, which concluded with agreement to hold free elections eventually resulting in peaceful end of the communist rule in Poland.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of polityka in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of polityka in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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