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Dennison Rusinow was a research professor at the University Center for International Studies and emeritus professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh. He was the author of five books, including The Yugoslav Experiment, 1948-1974. He died in 2004,

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"A great tribute to [Rusinow] and a great contribution to the field of Yugoslav studies."
--Canadian-American Slavic Studies

"Complements and supplements [Rusinow's] earlier work by providing a more detailed analysis of the most crucial moments of that period and adding new insights on Yugoslavia's final crisis in the post-Tito decade."
--Slavic Review

"For decades, Dennison Rusinow was a source of profound, unique, and real-time insights into the unfolding tragedy of Yugoslavia. He was trained as an historian, naturally gifted as a journalist, and supported by an intrepid family that shared with him the experience of living in the country he knew so well. Just as Rusinow's dispatches, analytical reflections, and lectures shed light on what was happening in the Balkans when he was on the scene, this book will long stand as a source of wisdom about one of the more consequential episodes of the twentieth century."
--Strobe Talbott, president, The Brookings Institution


"Readers will enjoy the engaging color and humor of Rusinow's prose, but will also appreciate the timelessness of the insights and analysis in the selections."
--Choice
"Should be required reading for students of Yugoslav history, as well as for those more generally interested in the history of liberalization and repression under communist regimes."--Canadian Slavonic Papers

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