Yugoslav Protest: Student Rebellion in Belgrade, Zagreb, and Sarajevo in 1968

@article{Fichter2016YugoslavPS,
  title={Yugoslav Protest: Student Rebellion in Belgrade, Zagreb, and Sarajevo in 1968},
  author={Madigan Fichter},
  journal={Slavic Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={75},
  pages={99 - 121}
}
In June 1968, Yugoslav university students launched strikes and demonstrations condemning police brutality and university conditions and critiquing the apparent failure of self-managing socialism. The "June events" show that the demonstrators were active participants in a global movement but also heavily influenced by local context, practices, and ideas. Whereas Yugoslav youth engaged with, drew from, and ignored the activities of other student movements, authorities reacted to youth rebellion… 
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