Change and Reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia

Jim Seroka


The Yugoslav League of Communists is currently undergoing a period of self-examination and change which may be as profound and important as the period which accompanied Tito's break with Stalin in 1948. Unlike the Tito-Stalin dispute, the current crisis in the Party does not have direct foreign policy or international security implications and does not pit a weak David - Yugoslavia - against a mighty Goliath ~ the Soviet Union. Nevertheless, the discussions in Yugoslav society and in the Party about the proper behavior and role of the Party will have profound implications for the future development of the country and for its social stability.

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