Titoism

Titoism

[tee-toh-iz-uhm]
noun
a form of communism associated with Tito, characterized by the assertion by a satellite state of its national interests in opposition to Soviet rule.

Origin:
Tito + -ism

Titoist, adjective, noun
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Titoism (ˈtiːtəʊˌɪzəm)
 
n
1.  the variant of Communism practised by Tito in the former Yugoslavia, characterized by independence from the Soviet bloc and neutrality in East-West controversies, a considerable amount of decentralization, and a large degree of worker control of industries
2.  any variant of Communism resembling Titoism
 
'Titoist
 
n, —adj

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