Husakism

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Husakism (Czech: husákismus; Slovak: husákizmus) is an ideology connected with the Communist Slovak and Czechoslovak politician Gustáv Husák which has two different meanings and it was first used by Karol Bacílek [cs; de; sk] to denounce the alleged "bourgeois nationalism" of Husák in 1950s.[1] The later and more frequent use is for the ideology of Czechoslovak normalization, the Czechoslovak official ideology from about 1969 to about 1989, formulated by Husák, Vasil Biľak and others.[2]

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