The majority of Yugoslavs over the age of sixty live in despair and do not expect anything better in life During August of this year, the “Argument” agency for political and sociological research undertook an extensive investigation of the social, economic and health conditions of Yugoslav citizens over the age of sixty. The research encompassed […]

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