2 October 2000 Apathy and passivity abound in the former Yugoslavia. Of all of the previously confederated countries, Serbia alone has a strong youth movement, Otpor. In Croatia, the harshness of daily life and family problems have caused young people to become apathetic to politics. But, a large percentage of young people did participate in […]

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