World: Stalin Still Lives

The prisoner's voice, nervous at first, rose in a piercing accusation that stunned Belgrade's District Court. Shouted Milovan Djilas: "This trial is all propaganda.

The accusation is based on fabrication. I am not guilty, only intellectually disobedient." But Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito takes a harsh view of intellectual disobedience ; his onetime heir apparent was sentenced to nearly nine years in prison.

Ever since Djilas broke with the regime in 1954, he has spent more time in jail than out of it. Courageously he had provoked reprisal by denouncing Communism in his book, The New...

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