Yugoslavia: Policy of Pardon

Of all his homebred critics, Yugo slavia's Marshal Tito has known few with the prickly persistence of Milovan Djilas, his onetime Vice President, close friend and confidant. Djilas has been sniping at Communist repression since the early 1950s, and for his efforts he has spent 81 of the last ten years in Yugoslavia's dank Sremska Mitrovica prison, where he wrote the major part of two blistering books, The New Class and Conversations with Stalin, which caused something of a sensation when they were published in the West. Last week Tito granted Djilas...

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