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Tito's Promised Land: Yugoslavia
Tito's Promised Land: Yugoslavia
By Alex N. Dragnich
Rutgers University Press, 1954, 337 pp.

The author, a professor of political science at Vanderbilt University who spent three years in Jugoslavia after the war, writes very critically of the new order, the manner in which it came to power and the way it has run the country over the last decade. He questions both the popularity and the stability of the régime.