Realism on Tito

March 1980
National Review;3/21/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p331
The article suggests that communist leader Marshal Tito will be hailed as hero of 20th century after he died. It explores the failure to truly discredit Tito as a communist leader. A description of the facets of the Tito phenomenon is presented. Details of his activities as a partisan during World War II are explored. It discusses the impact of the possible death of Tito on Yugoslavia.


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