LONDON: The Franco era in Spain is over. And with its passing undoubtedly will also pass Spain's relative tranquility of the last three and a half decades. Changes must take place soon in other countries ruled by aging patriarchal leaders. The future of Yugoslavia after Tito is uncertain. The country has long borne the intimate stamp of his own personality. Moreover, the uncertain health of the U.S.S.R's Leonid Brezhnev and his impending retirement cast a greater shadow over the whole of Europe. Will his successor follow the path of detente or will he choose a policy of more aggressive and violent exploitation of the West's "crisis of capitalism"?
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