The Yugoslav press is writing panegyrics to Mr. Panic: an editorial in a Belgrade daily whose readers mainly reside in the suburbs has concluded: “God has heard him.” A downtown Belgrade daily’s New York correspondent was also religiously inspired: “Milan Panic… while keeping his jocular yet aggressive charm and originality, truly does seem to be […]

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