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    BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Yugoslavia

    Chapter 1
    
    Adamcek, Josip. "Ekonomsko-drustveni razvoj u sjeverozapadnoj
         Hrvatskoj u 16. i 17. stoleci." Pages 15-40 in Mirjana Gross
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         Sveucilisna naklada Liber, 1981.
    
    ------. "Seljacka buna 1573." Pages 41-58 in Mirjana Gross (ed.),
         Drustveni razvoj u Hrvatskoj. Zagreb: Sveucilisna
         naklada Liber, 1981.
    
    Alexander, John. Jugoslavia Before the Roman Conquest.
         London: Thames and Hudson, 1972.
    
    Barker, Elisabeth. Macedonia. London: Royal Institute of
         International Affairs, 1950.
    
    Bogdanovic, Dimitrije. Knjiga o Kosovu. Belgrade: Srpska
         akademija nauka i umetnosti, 1986.
    
    Burg, Steven L. Conflict and Cohesion in Socialist
         Yugoslavia. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983.
    
    Clissold, Stephen. Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, 1939-
         1973. London: Oxford University Press, 1975.
    
    Clissold, Stephen (ed.). A Short History of Yugoslavia.
         Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1966.
    
    Crankshaw, Edward. Khrushchev: A Career. New York: Viking
         Press, 1966.
    
    Crnja, Zvane. Kulturna historija Hrvatske. Zagreb: Epoha,
         1965.
    
    Cviic, K.F. "The Nature of Government and Politics in Yugoslavia."
         Pages 345-63 in George Sch�pflin (ed.), The Soviet Union
         and Eastern Europe. New York: Facts on File, 1986.
    
    Dedijer, Vladimir, et al. History of Yugoslavia. New York:
         McGraw-Hill, 1974.
    
    Denitch, Bogdan. "Yugoslavia: The Limits of Reform,"
         Dissent, 36, Winter 1989, 78-85.
    
    Deutscher, Isaac. Stalin. New York: Oxford University
         Press, 1967.
    
    Djilas, Milovan. Land Without Justice. New York: Harcourt
         Brace, 1958.
    
    ------. The Unperfect Society. New York: Harcourt, Brace
         and World, 1969.
    
    Djordjevic, Dimitrije (ed.). The Creation of Yugoslavia, 1914-
         1918. Santa Barbara, California: Clio Books, 1980.
    
    Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1919-1945. Arlington,
         Virginia: 1976.
    
    Dragnich, Alex N. The First Yugoslavia. Stanford,
         California: Hoover Institution Press, 1983.
    
    Dvornik, Francis. Byzantine Missions among the Slavs. New
         Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1970.
    
    ------. The Making of Central and Eastern Europe. Gulf
         Breeze, Florida: Academic International Press, 1974.
    
    ------. The Slavs: Their Early History and Civilization.
         Boston: American Academy of Art and Sciences, 1956.
    
    ------. The Slavs in European History and Civilization.
         New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1962.
    
    Ekmecic, Milorad. "Serbian War Aims." Pages 20-31 in Dimitrije
         Djordjevic (ed.), The Creation of Yugoslavia, 1914-
         1918. Santa Barbara, California: Clio Books, 1980.
    
    Freidenreich, Harriet Pass. The Jews of Yugoslavia.
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    Gati, Charles. Hungary and the Soviet Bloc. Durham, North
         Carolina: Duke University Press, 1986.
    
    G�m�ri, George. "The Political and Social Setting of the
         Contemporary Arts." Pages 547-64 in George Sch�pflin (ed.),
         The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. New York: Facts
         on File, 1986.
    
    Gross, Mirjana (ed.). Drustveni razvoj u Hrvatskoj.
         Zagreb: Sveucilisna naklada Liber, 1981.
    
    Guldescu, Stanko. History of Medieval Croatia. The Hague:
         Mouton, 1964.
    
    Herodotus. The Persian Wars. New York: Modern Library,
         1942.
    
    Hoptner, J.B. Yugoslavia in Crisis, 1934-1941. New York:
         Columbia University Press, 1962.
    
    Ilustrirana povijest Hrvata. Zagreb: Stvarnost, 1971.
    
    Ionescu, Ghita. Communism in Rumania. London: Oxford 
         University Press, 1964.
    
    Kann, Robert A. A History of the Habsburg Empire.
         Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974.
    
    Lampe, John R. "Unifying the Yugoslav Economy, 1918-1921: Misery
         and Early Misunderstandings." Pages 139-56 in Dimitrije
         Djordjevic (ed.), The Creation of Yugoslavia, 1914-
         1918. Santa Barbara, California: Clio Books, 1980.
    
    Littlefield, Frank C. Germany and Yugoslavia, 1933-1941.
         Boulder, Colorado: East European Monographs, 1988.
    
    Logoreci, Anton. "A Clash Between Two Nationalities in Kosova."
         Pages 185-94 in Arshi Pipa and Sami Repishti (eds.),
         Studies on Kosova. Boulder, Colorado: East European
         Monographs, 1984.
    
    Macartney, Carlile Alymer. Hungary: A Short History.
         Edinburgh: University Press, 1962.
    
    McDonald, Gordon C., et al. Yugoslavia: A Country Study.
         (DA PAM 550-99.) Washington: GPO for Foreign Area Studies, The
         American University, 1971.
    
    Micunovic, Veljko. Moskovske godine, 1956-1958. Belgrade:
         Jugoslovenska revija, 1984.
    
    ------. Moskovske godine, 1969-1971. Belgrade:
         Jugoslovenska revija, 1984.
    
    Omrcanin, Ivo. Diplomatic and Political History of
         Croatia. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 1972.
    
    Pipa, Arshi. "The Other Albania: A Balkan Perspective." Pages 164-
         73 in Arshi Pipa and Sami Repishti (eds.), Studies on
         Kosova. Boulder, Colorado: East European Monographs,
         1984.
    
    Pipa, Arshi, and Sami Repishti (eds.). Studies on Kosova.
         Boulder, Colorado: East European Monographs, 1984.
    
    Popovic, Nenad. Yugoslavia: The New Class in Crisis.
         Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1968.
    
    Remington, Robin Alison. "Nation Versus Class in Yugoslavia,"
         Current History, 86, No. 11, November 1987, 365-68,
         386-87.
    
    Roberts, Allen. The Turning Point: The Assassination of Louis
         Barthou and King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. New York: St.
         Martin's Press, 1970.
    
    Rogel, Carole. The Slovenes and Yugoslavism, 1890-1914.
         Boulder, Colorado: East European Quarterly, 1977.
    
    Rostovzeff, M. Rome. Oxford: Oxford University Press,
         1960.
    
    Rothenberg, Gunther. The Military Border in Croatia, 1740-
         1881. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966.
    
    Rusinow, Dennison. The Yugoslav Experiment, 1948-1974.
         Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977.
    
    Rusinow, Dennison (ed.). Yugoslavia: A Fractured
         Federalism. Washington: Wilson Center Press, 1988.
    
    Sch�pflin, George (ed.). The Soviet Union and Eastern
         Europe. New York: Facts on File, 1986.
    
    Seton-Watson, Robert William. The Southern Slav Question.
         New York: Howard Fertig, 1969.
    
    Sherman, Laura Beth. Fires on the Mountain. Boulder,
         Colorado: East European Monographs, 1980.
    
    Singleton, Fred. A Short History of the Yugoslav Peoples.
         Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.
    
    ------. Twentieth-Century Yugoslavia. New York: Columbia
         University Press, 1976.
    
    Staar, Richard F. Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe.
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    Stanojevic, Stanoje. Istorija srpskoga naroda. Belgrade:
         Altera, 1989.
    
    Stanovicic, Vojislav. "History and Status of Ethnic Conflicts."
         Pages 23-40 in Dennison Rusinow (ed.), Yugoslavia: A
         Fractured Federalism. Washington: Wilson Center Press,
         1988.
    
    Stokes, Gale. "The Role of the Yugoslav Committee in the Formation
         of Yugoslavia." Pages 51-65 in Dimitrije Djordjevic (ed.),
         The Creation of Yugoslavia, 1914-1918. Santa Barbara,
         California: Clio Books, 1980.
    
    Sulimirski, Tadeusz. The Sarmatians. New York: Praeger,
         1970.
    
    ------. "Sarmatians in the Polish Past," The Polish
         Review, 9, No. 1, Winter 1964, 13-66.
    
    Toynbee, Arnold. Constantine Porphyrogenitus and His
         World. London: Oxford University Press, 1973.
    
    Trifunovic, Lazar. Yugoslavia from Prehistory to the Present
         Day: Monuments of Art. Belgrade: Jugoslovenska knjiga,
         1988.
    
    Ulam, Adam. Titoism and the Cominform. Cambridge: Harvard
         University Press, 1952.
    
    United Kingdom. Admiralty. Naval Intelligence Division.
         Yugoslavia 2: History, Peoples, and Administration.
         London: 1944.
    
    Vasiliev, A.A. History of the Byzantine Empire. Madison:
         University of Wisconsin Press, 1952.
    
    Vucinic, Wayne. "The Formation of Yugoslavia." Pages 184-95 in
         Dimitrije Djordjevic (ed.), The Creation of Yugoslavia,
         1914-1918. Santa Barbara, California: Clio Books, 1980.
    
    West, Rebecca. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon. New York:
         Viking Press, 1943.
    
    Williams, Stephen. Diocletian and the Roman Recovery. New
         York: Methuen, 1985.
    
    Wolff, Robert Lee. The Balkans in Our Time. Cambridge:
         Harvard University Press, 1956.
    
    Chapter 2
    
    Albert, Hartmut. "Kosovo 1979, Albania 1980." Pages 103-21 in Arshi
         Pipa and Sami Repishti (eds.), Studies on Kosova.
         Boulder, Colorado: East European Monographs, 1984.
    
    Alexander, Stella. Church and State in Yugoslavia since
         1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973.
    
    Auty, Phyllis. "Yugoslavia: Introduction." Pages 283-93 in G.F.
         Cushing et al. (eds.), Contrasts in Emerging Societies:
         Readings in the Social and Economic History of South-Eastern
         Europe. London: Athlone Press for the University of
         London, 1965.
    
    Banac, Ivo. The National Question in Yugoslavia: Origins,
         History, Politics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press,
         1988.
    
    Bartl, Peter. "Kosovo and Macedonia as Reflected in Ecclesiastical
         Reports." Pages 23-40 in Arshi Pipa and Sami Repishti (eds.),
         Studies on Kosova. Boulder, Colorado: East European
         Monographs, 1984.
    
    Basta-Nadaski, Ljubica. "Women's Maternity Health Care and Welfare,
         1976-86," Yugoslav Survey [Belgrade], 29, No. 3,
         1988, 145-54.
    
    Becin, Aleksandar, and Milosav Milosavljevic. "Social Work
         Centres," Yugoslav Survey [Belgrade], 28, No. 1,
         1987, 117-34.
    
    Blagojevic, Dusan, and Dragoljub Vujica (eds.). Moslems in
         Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Review of International Affairs,
         1985.
    
    Bogavac, Snezana. "Jugosloveni, napolje?" Borba
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    Breznik, Dusan. "The Population of Kosovo," Yugoslav
         Survey [Belgrade], 30, No. 4, 1989, 3-28.
    
    Breznik, Dusan, and Nada Raduski. "The Economic and Professional
         Composition of the Labor Force, 1961-1981," Yugoslav
         Survey [Belgrade], 29, No. 3, 1988, 3-24.
    
    Burg, Steven L. Conflict and Cohesion in Socialist
         Yugoslavia. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983.
    
    Celic, Dzemal. "Islam and the Cultural Heritage of Yugoslavia."
         Pages 47-62 in Dusan Blagojevic and Dragoljub Vujica (eds.),
         Moslems in Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Review of
         International Affairs, 1985.
    
    Cerovic, Z. "Reke teku uzalud," Borba [Belgrade], May 8,
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    Cohen, Leonard, and Paul Warwick. Political Cohesion in a
         Fragile Mosaic. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1983.
    
    Cushing, G.F., et al. (eds.). Contrasts in Emerging Societies:
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         Europe. London: Athlone Press for the University of
         London, 1965.
    
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         and Eastern Europe. New York: Facts on File, 1986.
    
    Denitch, Bogdan. "Yugoslavia: The Limits of Reform: Economic
         Crisis, Nationalism, Inner Strife," Dissent, 36,
         Winter 1989, 78-85.
    
    Djurdjic, Rajko. "U Skupstini," Nin [Belgrade], No. 2053,
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    Doder, Dusko. The Yugoslavs. New York: Vintage, 1979.
    
    Ducellier, Alain. "Genesis and Failure of the Albanian State in the
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         Colorado: East European Monographs, 1984.
    
    Durakovic, Nijaz. "National Question of Moslems in Yugoslavia."
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    Filipovic, Nedim. "Forming of Moslem Ethnicon in Bosnia and
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    Gapic, Marija. "Pension and Disability Insurance of Farmers,"
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         Moslems in Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Review of
         International Affairs, 1985.
    
    Halpern, Joel M. A Serbian Village. New York: Harper and
         Row, 1967.
    
    "Higher Education and Doctorates Conferred," Yugoslav
         Survey [Belgrade], 30, No. 1, 1988, 157-60.
    
    Jancar, Barbara. "Environmental Protection: The Tragedy of the
         Republics." Pages 224-45 in Pedro Ramet (ed.), Yugoslavia
         in the 1980s. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1985.
    
    ------. "The New Feminism in Yugoslavia." Pages 201-23 in Pedro
         Ramet (ed.), Yugoslavia in the 1980s. Boulder,
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         London, 1965.
    
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         London, 1965.
    
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         Studies on Kosova. Boulder, Colorado: East European
         Monographs, 1984.
    
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         Savezni zavod za statistiku, 1986.
    
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         Spectre of `Clerico-Nationalism'," South Slav Journal
         [London], 10, Summer 1987, 9-29.
    
    Milosavljevic, Milosav. "Social Welfare, 1974-1986," Yugoslav
         Survey [Belgrade], 29, No. 3, 1988, 119-44.
    
    Nikolic, Milenko, and Tomislav Bogavac. Educational Policy in
         Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Jugoslovenska stvarnost, 1980.
    
    Obradovic, Josip. "Socijalna struktura i obrazovna reforma,"
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         1983, 397-417.
    
    Palosevic, Abidin. "Agricultural Land," Yugoslav Survey
         [Belgrade], 29, No. 3, 1988, 59-70.
    
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         1, 1989, 79-93.
    
    Penev, Goran, and Nada Raduski. "The Non-Agricultural Population,"
         Yugoslav Survey [Belgrade], 28, No. 3, 1987, 3-24.
    
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         1987.
    
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         Petkovic (ed.), Kosovo: Past and Present. Belgrade:
         Review of International Affairs, 1989.
    
    ------. Seobe Srba i Crnogoraca sa Kosova i iz Metohije.
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         Kosova. Boulder, Colorado: East European Monographs,
         1984.
    
    ------. "The Political Situation of the Albanians in Yugoslavia
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    Pipa, Arshi, and Sami Repishti (eds.). Studies on Kosova.
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         Survey [Belgrade], 28, No. 1, 1987, 109-16.
    
    Pocek, Branko. "Disability Insurance Benefits, 1980-85,"
         Yugoslav Survey [Belgrade], 27, No. 3, 1986, 143-49.
    
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    Popovic, Bozidar. "The Housing Policy and Housing," Yugoslav
         Survey [Belgrade], 29, No. 3, 1988, 898-118.
    
    Potkonjak, Nikola. "Elementary and Secondary School Teachers,"
         Yugoslav Survey [Belgrade], 30, No. 1, 1989, 112-18.
    
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         1984.
    
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         [Belgrade], 30, No. 1, 1989, 67-78.
    
    Ramet, Pedro. Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, 1963-
         1983. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984.
    
    ------. "The Rock Scene in Yugoslavia," Eastern European 
         Politics and Societies, 2, Spring 1988, 396-410.
    
    ------. "Yugoslavia 1987: Stirrings from Below," South Slav
         Journal [London], 10, Fall 1987, 21-35.
    
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         386-87.
    
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    Seroka, Jim. "Contemporary Issues and Stability in Socialist
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    Seroka, Jim, and Vukasin Pavlovic. "Yugoslav Trade Unions and the
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         Politics and Societies, 1, Spring 1987, 277-94.
    
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         1988.
    
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    Chapter 3
    
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