This pamphlet is the transcription, corrected by Nahuel Moreno, on an introduction to Historical Materialism that began the party cadres school in the summer 1983–84.
In March 1985 was held in Buenos Aires the second congress of the MAS. Nahuel Moreno was the informant on the international situation. We reproduce his report. He only managed to tell the delegates a brief first part as within minutes he felt ill and retired. The most comprehensive part […]
In March 1985, in Buenos Aires, the first world congress of the international organisation headed by Moreno was held, and at that time it was called the IWL-FI (founded in 1982 in Bogotá, Colombia). The three central themes to which Moreno spoke about — among others — were about the […]
At the meeting of the International Executive Committee on 11 May 1985 were discussed important issues of the world situation and how to seize the opportunities presented. Topics include: Bolivia, the general strike and the insurrection; the situation in Spain; about Lutte Ouvrière; and discussion about Colombia.
This work was written by Nahuel Moreno and collaborators. Its guidelines were approved in 1985 by the First World Congress of the IWL-FI, the last one held during Moreno’s life The International Workers Unity- Fourth International (IWU-FI), which promotes this page, considers it a fundamental part of its programmatic heritage.
In an interview conducted in August 1985 and first published in 1988 (Esbozo biográfico. Cuadernos de Correo Internacional), Moreno defined the meaning of being a Trotskyist.
In 1985–1986 a sector of the Colombian PST leadership began to promote an orientation of political unity with a union organization, A Luchar, linked to the guerrillas. This resulted in an important internal discussion. Moreno warned it was not correct and that agreements should be kept in the field of […]
These theses were written as part of the debate was developed in 1986 within orthodox Trotskyism, with a sector of Colombian comrades who were for an approach to a trade union sector influenced by the ELN guerrilla, in the perspective of forming a common party. In its pages, it is […]
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.