This paper intended to bring in a simple and easy manner to the whole of the militancy, particularly to the new litters, the central tools of political elaboration that Moreno had been developing and defending in his polemics within and without Trotskyism (in particular with Comrade Ernest Mandel).
Conversations was the last book published by Nahuel Moreno, before his death on January 25, 1987. Since 1986, this text has been circulating among new and old members of Trotskyism, and also has served as pleasant reading for many people curious about socialist ideas.
A few months before his death, Nahuel Moreno received a letter from one of the greatest Argentine intellectuals, the writer, dramatist, actor, and psychotherapist Eduardo Pavlovsky. Pavlovsky, who for fifteen years had been part of the current that Moreno founded, reflects very important concerns about the role of Sandinism and […]
The article “Four tips by Lenin” was published in 1986 in Contraprensa, the magazine of the Socialist Youth of the MAS. In brief pages, Moreno contrasts the Leninist conceptions and practice with the monolithic and vertical bureaucratism characteristic of the communist parties.
The split of the FI (IC) was anticipated by the divergences around another great fact of the world class struggle, the Polish revolution. And it was precipitated by a key political fact, the triumph of Mitterrand in France. The program and the policy on the face of his government originated […]
The material published here contain most of the speeches by Nahuel Moreno at the meeting of the International Executive Committee (IEC) of IWL–FI held on April 1986. They give continuity to the elaborations and documents approved at the First World Congress in 1985 and the Foundation Congress in 1982 of […]
Nahuel Moreno wrote this letter before the Congress of the PST (C) which addressed a historical discussion, the most important since the founding of the party because they had to choose between two lines: one that tends to dissolve the party in A Luchar [To Fight], adopting its newspaper as […]