Those who do not know the name Mihajlov, will have to conjure with it before long. Not since Milovan Djilas, a symbol of much that is best in politics, has a Yugoslav citizen asserted his humanity with such conviction and at such cost to himself. Mihajlov initially attracted attention with his book, Moscow Summer, a first-hand account of certain barbarities in contemporary Russia.
Tito, probably seeing too much of his own likeness in the portrait of another tyrant, cannot have been ple...
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