YUGOSLAVIA: Night Must Fall

Inside hundreds of homes and offices in Tito's Communist capital of Belgrade last week, there was darkness at noon. The dictator had gone too far too fast in trying to turn his peasant country into a Socialist workers' paradise. Belgrade's superannuated and overloaded power stations first began to falter and fail last January. At that time the city was arbitrarily divided into three zones, each of which was cut off from all power supply for four hours twice a week. Every other day private homes all over the city were kept in...

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