LAND WITHOUT JUSTICE by Milovan Djilas

LAND WITHOUT JUSTICE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As readers of The New Class know, former vice-president of Yugoslavia Djilas is highly critical of present Communist states. The first volume of his autobiography carries through the time he departed for the university at eighteen. He carries his search for the ideal state of justice back to earlier times and studies the harsh environment and heroically proud people of the turbulent Montenegro that formed him into a leader of the revolution.

Pub Date: April 9th, 1958
ISBN: 0156481170
Publisher: Barcourt, Brace