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June 1972

A. Ross Johnson and Arnold L. Horelick, 'Communist Political Succession'

This document was made possible with support from MacArthur Foundation

This 1972 RAND Report, prepared for the Department of State, describes possible alternative domestic and international “futures” and presents a framework for formation of U.S. policy toward post-Tito Yugoslavia. It includes appendices assessing Yugoslav developments and reviewing the history of U.S.-Yugoslav relations.

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RAND Report R-1958-DOS, June 1972, Secret. Abridged version publicly released in January 2003 with redaction only of classified source citations. Obtained and contributed by A. Ross Johnson.


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