The Legitimation of a Revolution: The Yugoslav Case

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The Legitimation of a Revolution: The Yugoslav Case

By Bogdan Denis Denitch
Yale University Press, 1976
254 pp. $15.00

Using the sociologist's tools and approach, Denitch describes the consolidation of the new revolutionary order in Yugoslavia and its legitimation through the building of new mass-based participatory institutions. The analysis and conclusions of this strongly argued book, which differ from those of many Western observers on crucial points, deserve a careful reading.

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