The truth about Yugoslavia: why working people should oppose intervention
Examines the roots of the carnage in the Yugoslav workers state, where the U.S. and European powers ere intervening militarily to advance their competing interests. Explains how groups of would-be capitalists -- fragments of the former Stalinist regime -- are fighting a war for territory and resources.
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