Tito's pernicious legacy haunts a divided Yugoslavia

Trifkovic, S.
June 1990
U.S. News & World Report;6/18/90, Vol. 108 Issue 24, p32
Reviews the policies of the late Josip Broz Tito, who ruled by pitting one ethnic group against another and one provincial Communist oligarchy against another, leaving Yugoslavia's ethnic problems worse today than in the 1930s. Uniting the Serbs and Croats; Encouraging trends; Market-oriented reforms.


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