COMMUNISTS: Across Your Back

The split between Tito and orthodox Communism widened last week. The wedge's edge would press hard on the Yugoslav people for a long time.

Cominform countries have refused to give Tito the industrial materials his rural nation needs. So, said Tito in a speech, the Yugoslav five-year plan must be drastically changed: less consumer goods, more machinery. Nobody, least of all Communist Tito, expected Yugoslavs to like the new program. He said that there were two methods of persuasion: "By words," or, if that fails,"across your back."


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