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Milovan Djilas

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Djilas, Milovan (1911–95), Yugoslav communist leader and writer. He was a leading World War II partisan alongside Marshal Tito, and became a vice-president after the war. But because of his outspoken criticisms of the regime and his general indictment of communism as a form of government, he was imprisoned 1956–66. Among his works are The New Class (1957), Conversations with Stalin (1962), and Tito (1980).

See also: Yugoslavia.

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