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A quick question about Titoism.

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 07 Jul 2006, 04:49
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Post 01 Aug 2010, 08:01
So, after the Tito-Stalin split, did Yugoslavia continue to uphold people like Marx and Lenin? Did Titoism even claim to be Marxist, or was it non-Marxist?
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Post 01 Aug 2010, 08:23
To the best of my knowledge, yes. Titoism in the 60's openly spoke about letting the state wither away, and I'm pretty sure they quoted Engels and Lenin on this.
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Post 01 Aug 2010, 22:59
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So, after the Tito-Stalin split, did Yugoslavia continue to uphold people like Marx and Lenin?

Yes.
There was an obligatory school subject-Marxism.
Marx's Engels' and Lenin's(and other's of course) works were published in large editions.
Marxism remained the ideological basis of Titoist political elite(at least that's how they represented themselves-as marxists and communists)
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