The standard bearer of the “New Simplicity” school of modern music, and one of the few Western modernists recognized by the Soviet cultural authorities.
by Carol White
Reviews Chaos—Making a New Science, by James Gleick, and Revolution in Science, by I. Bernard Cohen. The conceptual foundations for the breakthroughs required by science today were supplied by Johannes Kepler in the 17th century—and yet he is slandered as a “mystic” by modern historians of science.
by Mary Lalevée
Looks at Free at Last—What Really Happened When Civil Rights Came to Southern Politics, by Margaret Edds.
by Allen and Rachel Douglas
Review Chekisty: A History of the KGB, by John J. Dziak.
by Giorgio Prinzi
Nuclear Engineers Prepare Revolt.
by Rainer Apel
Bush League Pushes Germans East.
by Thierry Lalevée
Egypt: A Regional Superpower Again.
by Héctor Apolinar
Church Rejects Suicide Pact.
by Valerie Rush
Moscow Escalates Takeover Bid.
by Luba George
“Memory” of Imperial Past Revived.
by Christopher White
The Group of Seven’s “coordinated action” was intended to create a “bear trap” for speculators against the dollar. But it will only increase the very instability which the bankers claim they are reducing.
by Mark Sonnenblick
The much-touted deal with Mexico will save the country a mere $137 million a year—less than 2% of what it is now paying. Now Morgan Guaranty’s “Rube Goldberg” scheme is being offered to other debtor countries.
by Nancy Spannaus
The story of the takeover of the finances of France by a wily Scots speculator in the 18th century. His coup sounds fantastic—until you realize the same thing is going on today!
by Robyn Quijano
by Stephen Lewis
Morgan Move Could Trigger New Crisis.
by John Grauerholz, M.D.
New Hope for Alzheimer’s Disease.
by David Goldman
The promotion of what passes for Russian culture in the West—notably in Nancy Reagan’s White House—has been the subject of an intensive effort by Venetian noble families and their collaborators for a long time. This effort, in turn, draws upon a more bizarre and far-reaching project: the synthesis of a Nietzschean ideology to replace Augustinian culture in the West. A “cultural counterintelligence” analysis.
by Konstantin George
Euphoria over the prospects of an early Soviet withdrawal is premature; the same thing happened this time last year, though many have forgotten it. And the carnage continues.
by Javier Almario and Valerie Rush
Cocaine king Jorge Luis Ochoa walked out of prison waving a judge’s release order—and the Barco government didn’t lift a finger to stop him.
by Susan Maitra
by Joseph Brewda
by Webster G. Tarpley
Big trouble ahead for Bush’s Presidential aspirations, as the bankers conclude he can’t deliver on austerity—or anything else—and the stock market takes another plunge.
by Mel Klenetsky
The wildest imaginable machinations are under way to keep the only candidate with something to say away from the voters.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
FEC Gives Special Handling to Hart — Hart To Open Door for Cuomo?
by Nicholas F. Benton
Customs Head Wants To Down Drug Planes — Cruel New Twist to Euthanasia Push.