I’m not sure why you’re mentioning Tito and Tuđman.If it is about the language they used then it is perfectly normal that they used štokavski.Tito was the head of the multi-ethnic state,with a long period of absence from Yugoslavia.There is even a well known conspiracy theory about him being a Soviet based on his accent.
It is no wonder that Tuđman used štokavski either,since he was a member of the political life of Yugoslavia,whose political elite used štokavski.
Ljudevit Gaj used Croatian language prior to his switch to štokavski,which is understandable because he had a pan-Slavic agenda,and he wanted for Croats to unite with other south Slavic peoples.


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