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Many Catalans see the party as the embodiment of Castilian centralism, and feel marginalised by its drive to aggrandise Madrid.
But while the former backs Catalonia's right to a binding vote on independence, the latter is synonymous with unified Spanish centralism.
According to historian Robert Service: Lenin’s ideas on violence, dictatorship, terror, centralism, hierarchy and leadership were integral to Stalin’s thinking.
For years, FC Barcelona symbolized Catalan regional pride in the face of Spanish centralism based in Madrid.
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CENTRALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of centralism for English Language Learners
: a way of organizing a political or educational system in which a single authority has power and control over the entire system
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