The Intellectual Odyssey of Milovan Djilas

Muravchik, Joshua
March 1983
World Affairs;Spring83, Vol. 145 Issue 4, p323
Academic Journal
Presents information on Yugoslavian communist leader, Milovan Djilas. Details of ideological struggles in the country which Djilas endured; Reputation created for originating new approaches for communism; Background of Djilas' unorthodox views.


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