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(fiːˈdɛlɪzəm) or


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) belief in, adherence to, or advocacy of the principles of Fidel Castro. Also called: Castroism
Fiˈdelist n
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(ˈkæs troʊˌɪz əm)

the political, social, and revolutionary theories and policies advocated by Fidel Castro.
Cas′tro•ist, Cas′tro•ite`, n., adj.
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It found it in anti-Americanism which, for decades, had filled the intellectual vacuum in other revolutionary movements, from Kim Il-sungism in North Korea to Fidelism in Cuba and, more recently, Chavism in Venezuela.
The principle is universal in rationalism and fidelism; or "general," common to all mankind, as Hume expresses it, in empiricism.
Why not Fidelism, argues Reinaldo Escobar, editor of Consenso, a fledgling Havana magazine that is critical of the government.