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Yugoslavia After Tito

Yugoslavia After Tito

By Andrew Borowiec

Praeger, 1977, 122 pp.

Weighing the imponderables of Yugoslavia's future, an American observer reaches generally pessimistic conclusions for the survival of Titoism and for Western interests. He is properly skeptical of official explanations and zealous in pursuit of the facts, but a lack of depth tends to muffle the book's impact.