Unpaginated (approx. 123 pp.) typescript document comprising Moreno's theoretical essay on the OCI [Organización Comunista Internacionalista (unificada)] and Pierre Lambert and the French Trotskyists, first published publicly in Panorama Internacional, Año VI, No. 19, January 1982, divided into eleven chapters with titles such as "La teorìa de los campos burgueses progresivos", "El revisionismo en los partidos revolucionarios", "El frente único antiimperialista como expresión de la teorìa de los campos burgueses progresivos", and "La politica frente a los partidos obreros contrarrevolucionarios". Not illustrated. Some yellowing, toning. Large 4to. Stapled self-wrpps., some minor soiling and foxing, small spots of possible mildew staining to front cover. N.p. (Buenos Aires?) n.d. (circa 1981).
Nahuel Moreno (Hugo Miguel Bressano Capacete) was a Trotskyist leader from Argentina, active in the movement from 1942 until his death in 1987. He published a journal called Palabra Obrera, and organized a group whose goal was to act as the left wing of the Peronist movement. In the 1970's, when divisions arose inside the Fourth International socialist organization over guerrilla warfare, Moreno led the pro-SWP (Socialist Workers Party) faction and established a public faction, the PRT-La Verdad (Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores), to fight for union rights. He also helped establish the Leninist Trotskyist Faction, the Bolshevik Faction, the International Worker's League, the Argentine Movement for Socialism, and the United Socialist Workers' Party. Very scarce; as of June 2018, WorldCat does not list this typed version of Moreno's essay.
Book ID: 48923