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cen·tral·ism (s n tr -l z m). n. Concentration of power and authority in a central organization, as in a political system.

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Federalism or Centralism ?
Critical Comments on Democratic Centralism
Normative Models of Democratic Governance: Decentralism
Decentralism, Centralism, and Centripetalism types, a decentralist paradigm and a centralist paradigm. of the decentralist and centralist paradigms.
See You in Geneva? Pluralism and Centralism in Legal
Non-Centralism
f. Non-Centralism. The Swiss Experiment Based on Local Government, Direct.

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Forced indoctrination -By Tesfay Atsbeha
The practice of the so called “democratic centralism” by the EPRDF may imply a connection with the ideology of socialism, although this is simply a technique of controlling and terrorizing people.
Tea Party America and How to Fight It
In particular we need to revive his concept of “democratic centralism,” which imposed order, structure and discipline on Leftist organizing.
China: the booming giant
Ninety years old and 78 million members strong, the CPC is a unified whole based on its own programme and constitution, organised in accordance with what the Chinese call 'democratic centralism'.
Islam vs. liberty
Muslims have long understood the difference between the Islamic and Christian agendas, and the way that Muslim centralism can contribute to a mission of permanent war.
How Germany Free-Rides on the Euro
Second, the euro undoubtedly needs more fiscal centralism.

Suggested Web Resources

Democratic centralism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
centralism - definition of centralism by the Free Online Dictionary
cen·tral·ism (s n tr -l z m). n. Concentration of power and authority in a central organization, as in a political system.
Centralism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the concentration of power and control in the central authority of an organization ( as a political or educational system) — compare federalism.
Glossary of Terms: De
Ideological intransigence, democratic centralism and cultism: a case
Ideological intransigence, democratic centralism and cultism: a case study from the political left. By Dr. Dennis Tourish.

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