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Radovan Radonjić ; Dukljanska akademija nauka i umjetnosti, Balšića 1, 81000 Podgorica, Crna Gora

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The subject of this article are the events which took place in Yugoslavia in the
1970s, viewed primarily in terms of the scope and character of Montenegro’s
part in the process. It aims to point out some elements and moments as may
help clarify, first, why that particular decade (1960-1970) is considered especially
important in the history of the Yugoslav “socialist experiment” and why
it is justified to refer to it as some sort of its “spring”; second, in what way
– i.e., through what ideas and political activities – Montenegro participated
therein; and, third, whether there is any substance to the assumption that the
“communist discourse” of the time may have caused the events in the Montenegrin
society and state to take the course which, several decades later, would
bring forth a new “breath of spring”.


Montenegro; federation reform; strengthening of republics; national-cultural renaissance

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