Letters: Nov. 6, 2000

Free at Last

"Why didn't the Serbs stand up to Milosevic when their Croat, Bosnian and Kosovar neighbors were being butchered, raped and tortured?" ANNA NOVIC Phoenix, Ariz.

"Nobody expected the transition from war to peace in Yugoslavia to be as dignified as it was [WORLD, Oct. 16]. Thousands of young Serbs in the streets of Belgrade accomplished what thousands of nato bombs could not. The power of the people overcame that of Slobodan Milosevic. With this history-making event, the people of Yugoslavia at last showed the world the real face of their nation, and we congratulate them. MIROSLAVA MYRA BIHAC...

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