In 1956 the political revolution forecasted by Trotsky breaks out in Poland and, especially, Hungary. In this work, a young Nahuel Moreno analyses the broad features of both revolutions, the oppressive character of the Soviet Union, and he raises the slogan “Red Army leave the Eastern European Countries!”
Paper presented to the Congress of the International Committee of the Fourth International, held in Leeds, Great Britain. In this paper, Moreno deals with the crises open within the counter-revolutionary Stalinist apparatuses after the political revolution in Hungary and its crashing by the Red Army in 1956.
In 1958, the Fourth International (International Committee) conference held in Leeds in 1958 adopted a draft resolution on the world situation prepared by Farrell Dobbs, one of the most important leaders of the Socialist Workers Party of the United States. Moreno, who was attending the conference, makes important criticisms of […]
Was Cuba a workers’ state? Did the Cuban revolution follow the general outline of Trotsky’s theory of the permanent revolution? Ae there gaps in the theory of the permanent revolution? Is armed struggle necessary? What is more important, guerrilla warfare o workers’ and popular militias? Do we have to build […]