from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The communism of certain western European Communist parties that advocated democratic political procedures and independence from the Soviet government.
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Communist parties into what became known as Eurocommunism.
Still characterized by a sectarian Stalinist gloom, the dour French party had eschewed the internal reforms and debates that had moderated the Italian and Spanish Communist parties into what became known as Eurocommunism.
The resignation of West Coast leader Dorothy Healey in 1973 was taken as a signal to many outsiders that the established Party leadership had determined to remain impervious to the democratic challenges heard in Eurocommunism.
Angola, Mozambique, Grenada and Nicaragua, and a NATO shot through with Eurocommunism and pacifism.
Marxist-Leninist theory, Hoxha defended Stalin from revisionist attacks and expressed his disdain for Brezhnevism, Titoism, Eurocommunism, Maoism, "anti-dogmatic" movements and other covers for revisionism and social-democracy.
He reiterates the opposition I had noted to forms of Marxism ” Scandinavian socialism is one kind, Eurocommunism another ” which insist on the compatibility of socialism and liberal political ideals.