By Aleksa Djilas
Released amid the unraveling of the second one Yugoslavia, The Contested Country lays naked the roots of the belief of Yugoslav unity--its clash with the Croatian and Serbian nationwide ideologies and its strange alliance with liberal and revolutionary, specifically Communist, ideologies.
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