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Maoism
American English: /ˈmaʊˌɪzəm/
British English: /ˈmaʊɪz(ə)m/

Translation of Maoism in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • In contrast to Marx and Lenin, Maoism assumed a continuing class struggle even when Communism has been achieved, so that it was necessary for each generation to gain revolutionary experience.
    • Eclectically drawing from elements of anarchism and Maoism, their group favoured ‘gut politics’ and were hostile to any far-reaching theoretical considerations.
    • It was a mixture of Leninism, black nationalism, Maoism and Castroism, with the teachings of developing-world theorists like Fanon thrown in.

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