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Enough! Student Protest '92: The Youth of Belgrade in Quest of "Another Serbia"

  title={Enough! Student Protest '92: The Youth of Belgrade in Quest of "Another Serbia"},
  author={Mirjana Pro{\vs}i{\'c}-Dvorni{\'c}},
  journal={The Anthropology of East Europe Review},
June 1992, was a culmination of tumultuous political times resulting from the crisis of the disintegration of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. This involved Serbia's struggling for a civil society with peace, freedom, tolerance and justice. This is in place of a nationalistic revival, with "homogenization" and authoritarian rule. At the same time internal wars rage and sanctions threaten ghettoization. The Student Protest seeking a radical turn in this government policy… 
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