Yugoslavia: Resilient Critics

Adversity only seems to make stouter the hearts of President Tito's critics in Communist Yugoslavia. Tito's most stubborn foe, Milovan Djilas, 56, who has been freed after a total of almost nine years in prison, vows to go on writing. "If I cannot speak," he says, "what good is it to be out of prison?" The editors of the Yugoslav magazine Praxis, which stopped publishing eight months ago when Tito angrily denounced its cries for reform, have just come out with a new issue that is no less defiant than before. About the...

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