YUGOSLAVIA: Who's Against Tito?

Many pundits believe that the U.S. takes too long to nominate and elect a new President. Nobody could make that charge against Communist Yugoslavia, a dictatorship which is trying harder & harder to assume democratic trappings. One day last week Yugoslavia's Parliament met to select a President in line with the nation's new constitutional reforms. Sounding for all the world like a Balkan Alben Barkley, old Yugoslav Communist Jovan Vesilinov rose to his feet to place in nomination the name of that great statesman, that friend of the people—Marshal Josip Broz Tito. The Parliament cheered. Were there any other...

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