Volume 13, Number 44, November 7, 1986


Book Reviews

Ballerina Gelsey Kirkland Fights for Her Art, against the Drug Counterculture

by Christina Nelson Huth

Review of Dancing On My Grave: An Autobiography by Gelsey Kirkland.


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Drugs and Narco-Dollars Invade Brazil.


by Augustinus

The Existence of Satan.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

How Nice Is the Red Army?

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Drug Legalization Advances.

Dateline Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

Bankers Fear a Break with IMF.


An Obligation to History.


Turmoil Follows Yamani Ouster

by Christopher White

More of same to come. The Saudis haven’t changed their policy, but markets are so weak and nerves so jittery, it doesn’t matter anymore.

AIDS Genocide in Africa Condoned by United Nations Agencies

by Warren J. Hamerman

Currency Rates

Scenario for War in Southern Africa Is Hastened by Economic Sanctions

by Roger Moore

Scotland Yard Hits Drug Traffickers

by Mark Burdman

David Mellor on ‘Crimes against Humanity’

European Finance: Gardini, De Benedetti Form New Food Cartel

by Galliano Maria Speri


by Christopher White

Steel on Merrill Lynch Auction Block.


by Marcia Merry

USDA’s Big 1987 Acreage Cuts.

Domestic Credit

by David Goldman

S&Ls Hit by Real Estate Crash.

Labor in Focus

by Mel Klenetsky

UAW Urged Members To Vote Democrat.


Twilight of the Banks.

Business Briefs

Science & Technology

Advances in the Science of the Free Electron Laser

by Robert Gallagher

In the second part of our three-part series, Robert Gallagher discusses recent milestones and the physical principles that lie at the basis of its operation.

Operation Juárez

Ibero-America Needs More People, More Productivity

Part 10 of our exclusive series based on the Schiller Institute book, Ibero-American Integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000, focuses on the problem of the composition of the workforce.


The Russian-Hammer Connection in Official Washington

by Criton Zoakos

By the official estimates of the U.S. State Department in the 1920s and 1930s, Dr. Armand Hammer was a “Soviet agent.” Today, he has become the principal “back-channel” connection between the Reagan Administration and the Soviet leadership. What has changed? An evaluation by Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos.

U.S.-Soviet Connivance vs. LaRouche, Reagan

A chronology of the Soviet “culture mafia’s” offensive to infiltrate U.S. intelligence services.

Armand Hammer: Trust Agent or ‘Comsymp’?

by Scott Thompson

Wick, Hammer, and the ‘Cultural’ Accord

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Surprising facts about the head of the U.S. Information Agency.


Thatcher Takes Lead against Syrian Terrorism

by Thierry Lalevée

The British decision to break diplomatic relations with Soviet-allied Syria on Oct. 24 is one of the most decisive moves yet against state-sponsored terrorism.

Philippines’ New Leadership Locked in Power Struggle

by Linda de Hoyos

Editorial policy on the People’s Republic of China

EIR’s treatment of the government of the P.R.C. has not changed.

Entrap Thatcher Aide after Syria Break

by Mark Burdman

Russians Use Scotland Church Meeting To Push for Dostoevskian World Order

An EIR investigative team’s exclusive report from the Conference of European Churches in September; we found Western churches willing pawns in the Soviets’ cultural warfare strategy.

International Intelligence


International Panel To Probe Justice Department

On Oct. 29 at press conferences in Washington and 27 other cities around the world, an international commission was formed to investigate the U.S. Justice Department for Soviet-style human rights violations against LaRouche and other Americans.

Academy of Sciences Warns: ‘AIDS Epidemic Could Become Catastrophe’

by Warren J. Hamerman

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Weinberger Attacks Congress’s Micromanagement — Soviets Bugged Hofti House — Giving Kalb Too Much Credit.

National News