Yugoslavia: When Revisionists Go Hunting

One of the youngest leaders in the Communist stable and the party's oldest war horse met last week to create more worries for the Kremlin. Rumanian President Nicolae Ceauseşcu, 49, and Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito, 75, first donned loden coats and tramped with shotguns through Tito's slushy game reserve in Croatia, loaded for deer. Back for a talk at Tito's hunting lodge near Osijek, they took more careful aim at a larger target: Moscow's campaign for a grand conference of Communist states.

The meeting was a reconciliation as well as a chance...

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