American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The political and socioeconomic principles and policies of Fidel Castro.
- n. a form of communism developed in Cuba by Fidel Castro
“The conservative defense of Pinochet was that he was the least-bad option; better the path of Pinochet than the path toward Castroism, which is where Chile was heading before the general seized power.”
“My essay on "Castroism," for one, has nothing to say on these subjects.”
“D. Tree – maybe you can educate us as to what Marixm, Leninism, Castroism and Chavezism IS?”
“This feels like an unprecedented moment in the history of Castroism.”
“I believed profoundly in Zionism in the way that my contemporaries believed profoundly in Maoism or Castroism or whatever.”
“Ramparts was an open mic for Castroism and helped author the myth of Saint Che by secretly obtaining and publishing the Guevara diaries.”
“Street's brief against Obama would apply to every candidate people on this website seem to be considering supporting: that the candidate does not think American power is necessarily a force for bad in the world if exercised appropriately and with restraint; that democratic capitalism and social democracy are more promising systems to foster third world development than Marxism, Chavezism, or Castroism; and that long-established institutions deserve respect.”
“But dance also serves as a metaphor: ordinary Cubans, desperate for U.S. dollars to buy luxuries like medicine and fresh milk, delicately tip-toe the line between Castroism and capitalism to earn more than their allotted share.”
“Calling coffee "a life and death" issue, late U.S. senator Hubert Humphrey warned that "Castroism will spread like a plague through Latin America" unless something was done to stabilize coffee prices.”
“Anything that is not a democracy is automatically favoured by the Left Bathism ,Islam , Castroism.”
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