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 […]
In July 1963, Arturo Illía, of the UCRP (People’s Radical Civic Union) won the presidential elections. Peronism was still outlawed (with Peron exiled in Madrid). And former President Frondizi, ousted in 1962, was confined to Bariloche. A few days later, Nahuel Moreno wrote a brief report and in November he […]
In November 1964 a military coup in Bolivia overthrew the bourgeois government of the MNR (whose vice president was the bureaucrat of COB, Juan Lechin). A few months later, in September 1965, Moreno wrote to Hugo González Moscoso, leader of the POR-Combate, related to the sector of the Fourth International […]
In May 1965, the unification congress between Palabra Obrera and FRIP was held. In his oral report on the national situation, where a written document was debated, Moreno, to avoid repeating it, spoke on how policy is developed, the objective of the program, the formulation of the slogans and other […]
In June 1966, a military coup led by General Juan Carlos Onganía overthrew the Radical constitutional president Arturo Illía. Peronism expressed its sympathy and expectations towards the dictatorship. The leadership of the PRT discussed and approved this work by Moreno, which was published as a brochure in September 1966.