Volume 14, Number 25, June 19, 1987



Dateline Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

AIDS Bomb Explodes in Mexico.

Africa Report

by Mary Lalevée

Venice Summit: No Help for Africa.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Marines Should Visit Richard Burt.

Andean Report

by Liliana Pazos

Moscow’s Terrorists Seek Coup in Peru.

Middle East Report

by Thierry Lalevée

Foggy Bottom Woos Qaddafi, Again.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Butchery in the Land of Ahimsa.

Year of the Constitution

U.S. Bankruptcy Action Disrupts Government’s “LaRouche” Prosecutions.


Soviet Irregular Warfare in the Andes.

Science & Technology

What High-Temperature Superconductors Promise

by Charles B. Stevens, Robert B. McLaughlin, and Roland P. Hagge

Not only a technological breakthrough of the first order, but a revolution in our entire understanding of electricity.

BCS Standard Theory of Superconductivity Collapses

The Layered Geometry of the New Superconductors

AIDS Update

AIDS Scientists Are Polarized on Issue of Mass Testing

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

AIDS Bomb Explodes in Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

Simpson: AIDS Costs To Revise Our Priorities

British AIDS Expert Addresses Boston Council


Ayatollah Greenspan Maps Holy War on U.S. Banking

by David Goldman and William Engdahl

The Reagan Administration’s proposal to consolidate America’s financial system into 10 “megabanks,” prominently associated with Greenspan’s nomination to the chairmanship of the Federal Reserve Board, takes Ayn Rand’s Darwinian egotism past the frontiers of fantasy.

AIDS Scientists Are Polarized on Issue of Mass Testing

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

A report on the Third International Conference on AIDS, held in Washington, D.C.

The Liberty and Democracy Institute: Liberation Theology’s ‘Other Path’

by Gretchen Small

A new businessmen’s lobby in Ibero-America—or a cover for the black-market economy?

Currency Rates

Privateers Threaten Italy’s State Sector

by Galliano Maria Speri


by Marcia Merry

“This Little Piggy Went to Market...”

Business Briefs


The Historic 1988 Election: ‘A Republic If You Can Keep It’

Benjamin Franklin’s warning at the Philadelphia Convention which approved the U.S. Constitution, is particularly appropriate today.

The Top Issues of the 1988 Campaign

The Candidate with a Program: LaRouche

The ‘Seven Dwarfs’ on the Key Issues

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Surveys the field of contenders for Presidency.


Venice Summit Is Signal To Run from the Dollar

by William Engdahl

The United States asked its trading partners to gear up their printing presses to pay for America’s $150 billion annual foreign borrowing requirement, and its partners declined. The impasse virtually guarantees the end of the dollar’s role as principal world reserve currency.

New Yalta Deal in Gulf?

Gnostic Drug Cultists Make Violent Try for Power in Panama

by Gretchen Small

‘Central Enterprise’: Defending NATO’s Most Vulnerable Flank

by Michael Liebig and Dean Andromidas

An on-the-scene report on NATO’s largest annual air exercise, conducted amid the most densely populated regions of Western Europe.

Irregular Warfare: Korean Violence Is Soviet-Deployed

by Linda de Hoyos

United Kingdom: Thatcher Wins National Mandate on Defense

by Mark Burdman

The Pope’s Mission To Save Poland

by Luba George

International Intelligence


Congress Bungles Probe of Intelligence Board

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The testimony of Bretton Sciaroni, general counsel to the President’s Intelligence Oversight Board, may go down in the Contragate record books as the single most effective-and blatant-cover-up of the entire televised congressional probe.

More Proof the OSI Must Be Shut Down

A letter from former OSI director Allan Ryan to Soviet Procurator General Alexandr Rekunkov.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

What Happened to the War on Drugs?

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda

National News