This letter from Moreno to the Central Committee of the spanish POSI insist in develope a wide debate on OCI´s policy in France, against capitulation to Miterrand.
With ongoing revolutions in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala, Nahuel Moreno elaborates several general considerations which allow framing the broad features of the Central American revolution, and from there to develop the transitional program.
January 1982, founding conference of the LIT-CI. One of the thematic axes was to reject support for the French Social Democratic government that promoted Lambertism. We reproduce Moreno’s intervention on bourgeois front-populist governments.
This text makes explicit a rectification regarding what is written in the CI-CI program in relation to the tactic of the united workers front of the Third International launched between the III and IV congresses, and points out the opportunistic interpretation given by Lambertism.
These theses were prepared by Nahuel Moreno, put to a vote and approved by the founding conference of the International Workers League – Fourth International (IWL–FI)) in 1982.
Four articles from 1982 presenting the final conclusions of the experience with Lambertism. “The existence of an Orthodox Trotskyist tendency is a fact”, “The centre of revisionism is the USec”, “Workers’ Front: the origin of a tactic”, and “Sui generis Bonapartism and popular-frontism”. They are translated from Correo Internacional #3, […]
The current headed by Moreno (Bolshevik Faction) withdrew from the United Secretariat after the majority led by Ernest Mandel supported the repression to and expulsion of the Simon Bolivar Brigade by the Sandinista government in Nicaragua in August 1979. The OCRFI, Lambert’s current, repudiated the repression and was in solidarity […]
Moreno’s text on secret negotiations between Fidel Castro and Ronald Reagan. It has with the text “Two policies for Cuba and the United Workers’ annex.
In December 1980, Moreno’s current unified with the Organising Committee for the Reconstruction of the Fourth International (OCRFI) directed by Pierre Lambert. The Bolshevik Faction had withdrawn from the Mandelist Unified Secretariat for the support of these (and the US SWP) for the repression and expulsion of the Simon Bolívar […]