Yugoslav interference with a U. S. book publisher: Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary
U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1962 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 18 pages
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American Congress American press April 16 back proof copies banned this magazine Belgrade biography of Nyegos BOOK PUBLISHER Senator book was harmful book was published Brace & World called back proof Chairman Christian Science Monitor COMMITTEE Conversations With Stalin Department discussion EVERETT McKINLEY DIRKSEN forthcoming publication give aid Harcourt harmful to Yugoslav HUGH SCOTT Humo INTERNAL SECURITY ACT INTERNAL SECURITY LAWS INVESTIGATE THE ADMINISTRATION Land Without Justice manuscript Marshal Tito Milovan Djilas Montenegrin moved to Srmska Nehru neutralists official of Yugoslavia perhaps power over Milovan previous imprisonment prison publish the book PUBLISHER Senator JOHNSTON Senator KEATING slavia solitary confinement SOURWINE Soviet action Soviet Union Srmska Mitrovica story SUBCOMMITTEE To INVESTIGATE sure suspended sentence told tried U.S. BOOK PUBLISHER Vice President Nixon visa Vujica called WILLIAM JOVANOVICH withdraw the book wrote Yes sir York consulate Yugo Yugoslav books Yugoslav Communist Party Yugoslav Government Yugoslav interests YUGOSLAV INTERFERENCE Yugoslav publishers