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 (jĭl′äs), Milovan 1911-1995.
Yugoslavian writer and politician who was a prominent member of Tito's resistance movement during World War II and later held high government and Communist Party positions before his dismissal in 1954 for criticizing the regime.


(Biography) Milovan. 1911–95, Yugoslav politician and writer; vice president (1953–54): imprisoned (1956–61, 1962–66) for his criticism of the communist system


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Milovan, 1911–95, Yugoslavian political leader and author.
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On the other hand, Stalin, could read at an incredible pace, had over 20,000 books which he had all read as per his notings in them, had an excellent memory, an appreciation of both high and low culture, and could be charismatic when he wanted as British novelist HG Wells and Yugoslav communist (later dissident) Milovan Djilas could attest.
14) See Milovan Djilas, The New Class: An Analysis of the Communist System (New York: Praeger, 1957).
After the fall of Milovan Djilas, with whom his brother Vladimir had been closely associated, he found it expedient to leave Yugoslavia, and moved to Sweden and his new career as a sociologist of science.
Asteraceae) es utilizada desde la antiguedad como un antipiretico, antihelmintico, diuretico y como analgesico para el tratamiento de dolor de estomago (Canadanovic-Brunet, Djilas, Cetkovic, & Tumbas, 2005).
Think of him as an intellectual refugee from the former Yugoslavia at a time when Belgrade was not exactly the most career-friendly place to express an interest in the measurement of inequality; imagine, say, an opposition figure like the famous dissident Milovan Djilas who had aspirations of being a statistician.
The others were all from the New Class that Milovan Djilas had described in his recent work of that name; these new Soviet diplomats were sons (no daughters
Dragana Roganovic (1) *, Dragana Djilas (2), Sasa Vujnovic (3), Dag Pavic (4), Dragan Stojanov (5)
But then he would begin to speak, or write, and the Robert Rodes who studied Marx and Djilas, who was as prophetic in his engagement with lawyers and the law as any scholar in a mainstream American legal institution, would surprise and sometimes sting.
A closer examination of the scribbling revealed that Press, a pro-government tabloid that was one of the biggest dailies in Belgrade, was co-owned by Miskovic and that the other owner was the mayor of Belgrade, Dragan Djilas.
University of Minnesota Press, 2004), p xiii, as suggesting that Bakunin was the first to use the term 'new class' in the manner made famous by Milovan Djilas.
Brown, Haydee Ojeda-Fournier, Dragana Djilas, Mohamed El-Azzazi, and Richard C.
Aunque el termino "nueva clase" fue acunado originalmente por el yugoslavo Milovan Djilas en 1957 para referirse a la elite burocratica de Europa del Este gobernante formada por el Partido Comunista (Cfr.