In Bolivia, a revolutionary workers’ and peasants’ uprise developed from 1969-70, which led to the emergence of the Popular Assembly in 1970. The military coup attempts of Miranda first and Hugo Banzer later were defeated with the mobilization. Finally, in August 1971, Banzer’s second military coup was victorious, establishing a […]
Published as a leaflet, this program was widely publicized in the electoral campaign for the workers’ candidacies and the workers’ and socialist pole that the PST carried out on the March and September 1973 elections both won by Peronism, the latter with the Peron-Peron ticket.
In mid-1972, the PST achieved its electoral legality nationally and in several provinces (see texts in After the Cordobazo on this page). They put it at the service of promoting worker and socialist candidates. In the extraordinary congress of the PST, on 17 December of that year, the first text […]
The second congress of the PST meets in December 1972 to choose the all-important presidential ticket for the March 1973 elections. The day before, the Workers’ Front and the Juventud Socialista de Avanzada (PST’s Youth) had met in separate plenaries. Leandro Fote and Jose Paez do not accept the candidacies, […]
Argentina and Bolivia: the Balance Sheet is a significant text that was forged in the heat of a radicalization of the class struggle in the political situation in Argentina and Latin America in the early 1970s and in the context of a deep and decisive theoretical and strategic debate within […]
Like Novak, Moreno’s explanation “of logic in general and of Marxist logic in particular starts from and is aimed at political-revolutionary activity.” He argues that there can be no Marxism without taking into account scientific development, especially that of modern psychology and epistemology, sciences that Piaget has revolutionized. Thus he […]
The Party and the Revolution is one of the most important documents of Nahuel Moreno. In it is expressed the polemics with another Trotskyist leader, the Belgian Ernest Mandel (1924-1995). Mandel led since the early 1950s the current revisionist of Trotskyism (which identified itself for years as the “United Secretariat”). […]
Nahuel Moreno wrote these reflections as a balance sheet of the meeting of Sunday, 25 August 1974 in tribute to his partner and mother of his eldest children, Eleonora and David, Rita. We accompany it with an article by Aníbal Tesoro on Rita’s life and trajectory, published in Avanzada Socialista.
At midnight on 29 May 1974, fifteen armed thugs broke into the Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores (PST) premises in Pacheco and took six militants. Three of them — Oscar Dalmacio Meza, Mario Zidda, and Antonio Moses — were murdered. We reproduce here the speech by Nahuel Moreno, the next […]
The whole of the left movement and the revolutionary agreed that Portugal was, in 1974-75, one of the main revolutionary centres of the world, and without a doubt, the axis of the European revolution. There was an important debate within the Fourth International. In this work Moreno polemises with the […]