18 September 2000 BELGRADE-In Yugoslavia, the average citizen does not feel oppressed, suppressed, or repressed, but overwhelmingly depressed. In the last 10 years, Yugoslav citizens have had few chances to develop a sense of civic responsibility-something the country desperately needs. Despite a colorful parade of assassinations, media closures, and libel suits, Yugoslavs are apathetic. Otpor-a […]

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