Volume 14, Number 23, June 5, 1987



Colonel Michael Hickey

by Michael Liebig

Part II of our interview with the author of The Spetsnaz Threat: Can Britain Be Defended?

Book Reviews

New Attempt To Cover Up the English Side of the Bolsheviks’ ‘Trust’

by Allen Douglas and Scott Thompson

Robin Bruce Lockhart’s Reilly: The First Man.


Andean Report

by Gretchen Small

Banker Ulloa Faces Criminal Trial.

Mother Russia

by Luba George

Racist Society Steps into Limelight.

Report from Rome

by Liliana Celani

AIDS, Drugs Are Top Election Issues.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

A Political Exocet.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

The Kremlin’s “Kissinger” Pays a Visit.

American System

by Anton Chaitkin

Thurgood Marshall, Oliver North, and the Tories of the 1780s.


The Russian R&D Challenge.

AIDS Update

Just a Touch of Blood

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

The CDC has again proven itself willing to risk anyone’s life.

WHO Opposes Any Mass Screening

Armed Chinese Soldiers Put an Irish AIDS Carrier on a Plane

AIDS ‘Hottest Issue’ in the States

by Kathleen Klenetsky

VA Patients May Be Tested for AIDS

Police in Washington to Wear Gloves, Masks


America’s Foreign Subsidy Comes to an End at Venice

by David Goldman

EIR warned in its Quarterly Economic Report of September 1986, that the political agreements under which America’s foreign subsidy might be financed were eroding. The summit meeting of industrial nations at Venice will bury them.

Global Financial Crisis Predicted for October

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

If the Reagan Administration continues its present policies, it is certain that the world’s economic situation will become much worse over the summer months.

Currency Rates

Deregulation and ‘Recovery’ Bring Trucking to a State of Emergency

by Marcia Merry

Bradley Plan for Third World Debt Relief Ignores Reality, Offers Pittance

by Peter Rush and Dennis Small

The Senator’s plan won’t do any of the things he says it will.


by David Goldman and William Engdahl

Slim Prospects for a Bailout.


by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Just a Touch of Blood.

Business Briefs

Science & Technology

Energia: Soviets Take the Lead in Rocketry

by Marsha Freeman

Reports on the nature, and the awesome strategic defense implications, of the Soviet Union’s new superbooster.

How DOJ’s Mark Richard Helped Moscow Make the Booster Break-Out

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


U.S. Persian Gulf Policy: A Chance for a Change

by Paul Goldstein

Patriotic elements are trying to ignite a shift in the overall U.S. military posture, albeit in piecemeal fashion.

Moscow Admits LaRouche Is Number One Soviet Target

The Soviets’ defense motion in a libel action in Paris contains personal attacks on the 1988 U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate that are unprecedentedly violent.

Waldheim Case Bares Modern Inquisition

by Mark Burdman

Philippines: Aquino Shows the IMF Fist

by Linda de Hoyos

The Next Soviet ‘Sputnik’: Strategic Radio-Frequency Assault Weapons

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Reports on how Soviet military technology is nearing the point of catching a Gramm-Rudmanized United States, strategically flat-footed.

Irangate Scandal in Mexico May Sink Wall Street’s Presidential Favorite

by Hugo López Ochoa

Investigative Leads: New Tracks on Irangate’s Ledeen

by Mark Burdman

Italy-Spain Arrests Hit Narco-Terrorism

by Leonardo Servadio

Malaysian Leader Beats Challenge

by Mary McCourt

International Intelligence


Reagan Opens Door to Constitution’s Destruction

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The President’s call for a constitutional convention is a perfect example of how his refusal to admit that his economic recovery never took place, is leading him into actions which will bring utter ruin on the country.

AIDS ‘Hottest Issue’ in the States

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Rights Panel Promises Independent Inquiry into ‘LaRouche Case’

An independent international commission began sessions in Washington on May 26, and heard witnesses testify on an incredible political witchhunt.

Vendetta against LaRouche Is Charged

by Ralph de Toledano

Elephants & Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Ted Kennedy Builds Presidential Image — Sen. Paul Simon’s Simple Strategy — Pat Robertson Roiled by Not-So-Holy Wars.

National News