December Atlantic

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A Special Supplement on YUGOSLAVIA

Since 1918. when Tito openly resisted the dictatorship of the Kremlin, Yugoslavia has moved into a unique position in central Europe. It restored 90 percent of its farmlands to private ownership, and in time produced an exportable surplus. Its industrialization, facilitated by American aid, developed the highest standard of living behind the Iron Curtain. Its artists and writers have expressed themselves with remarkable vigor. On his visit to Yugoslavia last spring, the editor of t lie ATLANTIC began collecting the material for this Supplement, which will show, in their own words, the talent and initiative of these colorful Balkan peoples.