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  • n. The post-World War II Communist policies and practices associated with Marshal Tito, especially a Communist nation's assertion of its interests in opposition to the Soviet Union.

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  • n. an adaptation of Marxist-Leninist ideology named after Yugoslav communist leader Josip Broz Tito, characterized by lacking the status of a satellite state, especially of the Soviet Union.


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Tito +‎ -ism


  • The Soviets themselves are in fact the best authorities for my claim that Titoism is a serious challenge to Moscow's leadership.

    Stalin's Biggest Headache

  • Now why, if Titoism is so damaging, have the Soviets not done away with Tito and his following before this?

    Stalin's Biggest Headache

  • Titoism is a very serious heresy in the world church of Communism.

    Stalin's Biggest Headache

  • The essays on Stalinism, Khrushchevism, Titoism and Maoism also happen to have little or nothing to do with those subjects.

    Multiple Simultaneous Submissions

  • When it's put like that, who wouldn't want the alternative of an African Titoism, or perhaps an African Gaullism, where presidential rule keeps a guiding but not tyrannical hand?

    At the Desert's Edge

  • The remainder, many of whom distinguished themselves only by their loyalty to Titoism, were out of their depth as economic and political challenges mounted.

    The J Curve

  • While Tito was alive, criticism of the dictatorship and Titoism was limited in public to vague and indirect complaints from within the republics about a particular policy or local official.

    The J Curve

  • Writing at a time when Titoism appeared secure, Deutscher devoted little space to the ethno-nationalist bloodbaths that had convulsed the region and helped to bring on the great catastrophe of the First World War.

    The Old Man

  • László Rajk, who had been executed in 1949 after being prosecuted, along with other leaders, for treason and Titoism, was posthumously cleared, according to an announcement by Mátyás Rákosi.

    1955, April 18

  • In the ideological arena, Marshal Tito continued to adhere to his own brand of anti-Russian communism, known as Titoism.

    1949, June-July


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