Volume 13, Number 46, November 21, 1986



Lennart Hane

by Michael Ericson

The noted Swedish attorney discusses “The generation of ’68 and the destruction of Swedish justice,” in the context of the Oct. 6 raid on Lyndon LaRouche and friends.

John Cardinal O’Connor of New York

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Cardinal O’Connor on the response of the Church to public health measures for the AIDS epidemic.

Archbishop Philip Hannan of New Orleans

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Archbishop Hannan criticizes the Bishops’ Pastoral Letter, particularly its neglect of science and technology.

Retired Bishop John L. Morkovsky of Galveston-Houston Diocese

by Nicholas F. Benton

Bishop Morkovsky discusses importance of President’s Strategic Defense Initiative.

Science & Technology

The Research Basis for a Crash ‘BSDI’ AIDS Program

by Warren J. Hamerman

Why molecular biology alone cannot make the breakthrough to a biological SDI.

Adolf Busemann: A Giant in the Field of Aerodynamics

by Carol White

The enduring contributions of one of our century’s pioneers of supersonic flight, who died this month.


Middle East Report

by Mary Lalevée

IMF Joins “Islamic” Threat to Egypt.

Northern Flank

by Göran Haglund

Like Talking to a Wall.

Report from Paris

by Christine Bierre

Good News on French Military Budget.

Report from Bangkok

by Sophie Tanapura

Opening the Soviet Market.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Tamil Militants Restrained in India.

Dateline Mexico

by Maravilia Carrasco

“Aztec” Presidential Candidate Touted.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Arms-Trafficking in Venezuela.


Either Tyranny or the Duty to Vote.

Operation Juárez

The Development of Jobs and Productivity

Economic development must be development of the productivity of the workforce, and the goals of development must be set so as to change the composition of employment, moving away from “pre-industrial” and “post- industrial” forms, toward forms coherent with modern technology.


New Davignon 4 in Works for World Industry

by Christopher White

The credit and monetary systems are bankrupt because of the growth of unsecured debt and speculation, so cutting back production capabilities inside and outside the United States will only make that bankruptcy worse.

Voters Exploded ‘Reagan Recovery’ Myth, Says LaRouche

After Five Years under Jaruzelski, Poland Is Russia’s ‘16th Republic’

by Tadeusz Rejtan

Thailand’s Kra Canal Project Takes a Big Step Forward

by Sophie Tanapura

Sophie Tanapura’s report on the Bangkok conference on Nov. 7-9 sponsored by Chulalongkom University’s Social Research Institute.

Zaire Condemns IMF, Economic Liberalism

by Mary Lalevée

The full text of President Mobutu’s speech to the central committee of Zaire’s Popular Revolutionary Movement.

Currency Rates

Foreign Exchange

by David Goldman

Japan’s 12-Month Withdrawal Scheme.


by Marcia Merry

USDA Releases Another Dud Report.

Business Briefs


Britain Battles To Survive against AIDS, Drugs, Terror

by Christopher White

Will Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government be the first among the OECD nations to break with the IMF and help construct a new international monetary and economic order? What would once have seemed impossible is now conceivable, as Christopher White reports.

Will ‘Wartime Spirit’ Fight AIDS Epidemic?

by Mark Burdman

Thatcher Warns of U.S. Nuclear Pullout

by Konstantin George

Britain’s War on Syrian Terrorism

by Thierry Lalevée

Book Review

New Book Points to Gnostic Satanism of Britain’s Prince Charles

by Mark Burdman

Reviews John Dale’s The Prince and the Paranormal/The Psychic Bloodline of the Royal Family.


De Borchgrave Fails To Undercut Chirac

by Paul Goldstein

The international furor created by the interview given by French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac to the Rev. Moon-controlled Washington Times editor, Count Arnaud de Borchgrave, served not only to clearly define French policy toward terrorism and the Mideast, but demonstrated that De Borchgrave is working with factions inside U.S. intelligence associated with the State Department/bankers’ policy led by Zbigniew Brzezinski.

Peru’s García Teaches the Economics of Victory

by Gretchen Small

The Nov. 9 nationwide municipal elections, the first since García took up the Presidency, were watched at home and abroad as a national referendum on his policies. García accepted that challenge, and won.

Kremlin Gives Orders to West’s Writers

by Luba George

For China, New Milestones toward Diplomatic Goals

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence


Iranian Mullahs Control Capitol Hill Democrats

by Criton Zoakos

The old Carter Administration gang—Brzezinski, Powell, Rosalynn Carter, et al.—are leading Congressional celebrities in criticism of President Reagan’s apparent policy of “trading arms for hostages.” Lest Billy Carter also join the fray, Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos sets the record straight.

U.S. Church Accepts Papal Authority

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Reports on the papal intervention at the National Conference of Catholic Bishops/U.S. Catholic Conference.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Bishop Morkovsky: SDI Must Be Discussed.

Italian Press Amazed at U.S. Rights Abuse

The family weekly Oggi (circulation 800,000) and the daily Giornale d’Italia have championed the cause of Lewis du Pont Smith and his fiancée, Andrea Diano, political supporters of Lyndon LaRouche.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda

National News