Why Djilas Is in Jail

Dobos, M.
April 1962
New Republic;4/30/62, Vol. 146 Issue 18, p11
Focuses on the re-arrest of Yugoslav writer and former communist leader Milovan Djilas in 1962. Analysis of the charges that Djilas violated the conditions of his parole by publishing materials harmful to the interest of Yugoslavia; Recount of Djilas' first arrest; Benefits of the Yugoslavs from the re-arrest.


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