The Gen Y Revolution

NATO couldn't take out Milosevic. Do some furious and fun-loving college kids have a shot?

The truncheons seemed excessive. Marta Manojlovic was already on the ground--helpless and bleeding from a head wound--when the Serb cops worked her over with the hard rubber batons. As she faded into unconsciousness, the cops started in with the kicks, as if her midsection was an errant soccer ball. Manojlovic is 17, and small for her age. But she disturbs the security men who are responsible for keeping Slobodan Milosevic jammed into power.

Given a choice, Manojlovic would like nothing better than to be like other teenagers. A fan of Guns N' Roses, she enjoys history and wants one day to...

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