YUGOSLAVIA

With an Introduction by ROBERT F. BYRNES

Published for the MID-EUROPEAN STUDIES CENTER of the FREE EUROPE COMMITTEE, INC., by FREDERICK A. PRAEGER -- New York

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Table of contents

  • East-Central Europe Under the Communists ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps xi
  • Equivalent Values xiii
  • Part I. Introduction 1
  • 1. A Brief History 2
  • 2. Foreign Relations Since 1945 18
  • Part II. Geography and Demography 43
  • 3. the Land 44
  • 4. the People 71
  • Part III. the Government and the Party 91
  • 5. the Constitutional System 92
  • 6. Politics and Political Organizations 112
  • 7. the Government 131
  • 8. National Security 145
  • 9. Education 166
  • Part IV. the Economy 191
  • 10. General Survey of the Yugoslav Economy 192
  • 11. National Income and Product 211
  • 12. Agriculture 228
  • 13. Mining 259
  • 14. Basic Industries 282
  • 15.Consumer Goods 310
  • 16. Domestic Trade and Finance 326
  • 17. Foreign Trade 351
  • 18. Transportation 370
  • 19. Health and Public Welfare 389
  • Biographical Sketches of Leading Communists 410
  • Index 470
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