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cau·dil·lis·mo

 (kô′dēl-yēz′mō, -dē-yēz′-, kou′-)
n.
The practice or system of rule by a caudillo.

[Spanish, from caudillo, leader; see caudillo.]
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caudillismo

(ˌkɔːdɪlˈjɪzməʊ)
n
censorious a political system organized under the rule of a caudillo
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Personalismo, and its variant, caudillismo, are deeply rooted in Latin American, Spanish, and Portuguese history, and have dominated Latin American politics since the conquistadors (Cortez, Pissarro, etc.) and colonial rule.