by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
The professor of medicine, biological sciences, and health at the University of Rio de Janeiro discusses the AIDS crisis in Brazil, and tells why the citizen’s health, “an invaluable gift which is worth more than ordinary economic goods,” must be the highest objective of the state—over foreign debt payment.
by Rainer Apel
Sabotage of the Chemical Industry?
by Carlos Valdez
The Reconquista of Sinaloa.
by Susan Maitra
Mr. Gorbachov Comes to Town.
by Silvia Palacios
Will Brazil Join Peru?
by Valerie Rush
Legalization or Excommunication.
Fiscal Policy and the Constitution.
Once Ibero-America’s resources for investment are maximized, they must be reinvested in two key areas: the productive apparatus itself, using frontier technology, and infrastructure, including social infrastructure. Part 15 of EIR’s serialization of the book, Ibero-American Integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000.
by Robert Gallagher
Concluding a three-part series, Robert Gallagher reviews the status of the leading experimental programs. Part I appeared in the Oct. 24, 1986 issue and Part II in the Nov. 7, 1986 issue.
by Mark Sonnenblick
“Many economists under the influence of ideologies proper to the developed countries or the International Monetary Fund, say that this is dangerous, transitory, etc. But, the truth is that during a year and a half, it has been working,” he says of his policy.
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
Perhaps the most substantial outcome of the September Non-Aligned summit.
by Heinz Horeis
by Tadeusz Rejtan
by Konstantin George
Supreme Soviet Unveils New NEP.
by David Goldman
The “Dollar Bloc” Crumbles.
by John Hoefle
Texas: Big State, Big Bank Crisis.
by Mel Klenetsky
Drug Tests: Labor Responds Foolishly.
by Marcia Merry
USDA Says Famine’s Good for Exports.
The Department of Justice bureaucracy has been more deeply involved in covering up for Iranian terrorism in the United States and arms shipments to Khomeini than any other agency in government. EIR has the evidence to prove it.
by Scott Thompson
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Criton Zoakos
The Kremlin is very, very upset about the latest NATO defense ministers’ meeting.
by George Gregory
by Gretchen Small
Panama and Guatemala act to revive the Condeca military pact.
by Leonardo Servadio
by M.T. Upharson
Strange Bedfellows on London Trip — Maxwell, Carter, and the Moonies.
by Susan Welsh
Lyndon LaRouche’s demand that the former Merrill Lynch head be kicked out of government was aired all over national TV last April. Now, it’s a veritable stampede.
The Virginia attorney-general had no evidence of any criminal activity to warrant any raid, let alone one that occupied a town for more than 24 hours with 400 heavily armed state police.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
by Nicholas F. Benton
DNC Sets Stage for Nunn Candidacy — Senate Committee To Go After Merrill Lynch?