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.
Article published in La Verdad, organ of the PRT (Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores – Revolutionary Workers Party) of Argentina on the 23 October 1967, shortly after Guevara’s assassination.
While the October Revolution began the epoch of world socialist revolution, the Chinese Revolution definitively broke the imperialist equilibrium. It temporarily transferred the centre of the world revolution to the underdeveloped and colonial nations. It ended the isolation of the Soviet Union and thus posed an immediate possibility of a […]
In 1969, Nahuel Moreno wrote the work that we reproduce here. The pamphlet was written responding to concrete problems that arose in the work of building the party in Argentina. Moreno was detained in Lima, Peru. Shortly after, he was acquitted, regained his freedom, and returned to Buenos Aires.
We have reproduced under this title texts prepared by Nahuel Moreno and other comrades who worked alongside him. Some are internal documents, later published in a brochure, and most of them are newspaper and magazine articles from the PRT-La Verdad and the PST. They express the analyses and political proposals […]
September 1971. This paper was discussed and approved by the 6th Congress of the PRT-La Verdad in September 1971. It analyses the Latin American rise in progress since 1968, locating the new situation in Bolivia because of the triumph of the Banzer dictatorship in August 1971. It carefully characterises the […]
In 1972, The Militant, journal of the Socialist Workers Party of the United States, sent Fred Halstead as correspondent in Argentina for six weeks. His mandate was to report to the readers of The Militant, about the development of the revolutionary politics in Argentina, in particular on the policies and […]
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 […]