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Even though it was filled with propaganda, we all trusted it – communists as much as non-communists. The third channel consisted of American soap operas. The Milosevic family was in no way exceptional. Slobodan and Mirjana resembled many other couples; having been granted a ‘socialized’ apartment they were now ready to have children. Their first baby was a daughter, Marija (1966). When Mirjana was pregnant for the second time, doctors suggested that she needed to rest for several months. As an ambitious ‘comrade’ herself (Mirjana had by then completed her undergraduate studies and her masters in sociology), and wife to an even more ambitious comrade, she did not take kindly to the enforced absence from party life.

In the end, with the comradeship and help of Albanian and Vojvodina representatives (who did not see him as a potential enemy or executioner), Milosevic won by the smallest majority in the history of the Serbian Communist Party. Countless forced votes made the advancement of his career possible, beginning a process that would end in tragedy. In the Soviet Union, events were unfolding in a way that ran directly counter to Marxist theory. Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, the protégé and disciple of the brilliant KGB master Yuri Andropov, was turning his back on communism in favour of perestroika (restructuring) and glasnost 26 The Unsmiling Politician (openness).

He was a free man, and still nobody, not even his victims, dared to confront him in the street. He made no further public appearances until his death some twenty years later, and left no written records. His associates also kept their counsel. What had happened was effectively a conflict between centralism and decentralization, a shadowy struggle between the warrior-communists who continued to believe in their myths and the technocratic communists who dealt in the real world. The incoming flood of Western money had begun to infect the country with the germs of consumerism.

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