Mihailo Mihajlov, another well known Yugoslav dissident, wrote a few days ago that encyclopedias in the future will list Milovan Djilas as “the father and founder of the dissident movement which opposed communism on its home ground” Sometime in the spring of 1989 when the first cracks appeared in the concrete that Lenin mixed and […]

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