Volume 13, Number 17, April 25, 1986




by Augustinus

The Pope at the Synagogue.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

A Power To Reckon With.


Before the Tokyo Summit.

Science & Technology

High Technology Makes Health Care Cheaper!

by Wolfgang Lillge, M.D.

Part one of a two-part series by Wolfgang Lillge, M.D., on the “cost-effectiveness” of high-quality medical care.

Office of Technology Assessment Demands an End to ‘Costly’ Medical Research


Economic Downturn Bears Out EIR’s Year-End Warning

by David Goldman

Although the “economic recovery” was a statistical fraud to begin with, two months’ decline in the Federal Reserve’s production index puts recent Commerce Department claims in a class by themselves.

Currency Rates

W. Allen Wallis Expounds the Lunacy He Will Take to the Tokyo Summit

by W. Allen Wallis

Soviet-Dope, Inc. Coalition Makes War on Peres ‘Marshall Plan’ Proposal

by Mark Burdman

California Moves toward AIDS Testing

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

A lethal, communicable disease has politically become the property of the “gay lobby.” And so we see the spectacle of a state health director trying to get the legislature to grant him an authority be already possesses.


by David Goldman

$3 Trillion Off the Balance Sheets.

Business Briefs


Donald Regan and the Fine Art of Laundering Drug Dollars

After he engineered its effective merger with Crédit Suisse in 1978, Merrill Lynch became one of the world’s premier laundromats.


‘Conservationists’ Are Shutting Down Food Production

by Marcia Merry

USDA policies under the Food Security Act of 1985 have the purpose of shutting down a large part of U.S. production capacity.

Farm Debt Crisis Means Food Shortage

by Marcia Merry

Government Kills Off 10% of Milk Herds

by Marcia Merry

Rifkin’s Kooky Campaign against Farm Technology

Cropland Reduction Threatens Food Output

by Wayne Johnston and Marcia Merry

The LaRouche Plan To Save U.S. Farming

What Happened to the American Farmer?

by Billy Davis


Qaddafi’s Toppling Will Stop Appeasers’ ‘New Yalta’

by Criton Zoakos

The successful military raid and the firm U.S. diplomatic offensive accompanying it, was not only a shock to the “mad dog of the Middle East,” but the entire coterie of “mad dog-lovers” among the appeasers’ faction in the West.

Beginning of the End for Qaddafi

Weinberger Reassures U.S. Allies in Asia

by Linda de Hoyos

Will Indonesia Be Next Asian Domino To Fall to State Dept. Subversion?

by Sophie Tanapura

French Refusal To Give U.S. Overflight Rights Weakens Chirac Government

by Philip Golub

How To Finish Off Colonel Qaddafi

From New Delhi: Benazir’s Return: What Is U.S. Role?

by Susan Maitra

Why the ‘Theolibbers’ Fear the Pope’s Synagogue Visit

by Criton Zoakos

The Jews didn’t kill Christ; Roman imperial authorities did.

International Intelligence


‘Narcontras’ Scandal Blows Up Central American Policy

by Gretchen Small

Some of the drug-running networks put together by Meyer Lansky now work the contra side of the street, some the Sandinista side. The headquarters of the cocaine trade for which they all work is in Castro’s Cuba.

Campaign 1986: Texas Elites Are in Disarray

by Harley Schlanger

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Solarz Takes Aim Next at Korea — Nakasone: Development Still on Japan’s Mind.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News