Volume 15, Number 24, June 10, 1988



Marivilia Carrasco

by Hugo López Ochoa

The candidate of the Mexican Labor Party in Mexico’s July 6 Presidential elections is unique: She alone is promoting a national nuclear energy program.


The Diary of 2,000 Years of Evil

by Richard Freeman

The Messianic Legacy, sequel to Holy Blood, Holy Grail, is dissected.

Remember when Soviet Tanks Crushed Hungary?

by Rachel Douglas

Reviews In the Name of the Working Class by Sandor Kopacsi.

Vietnam: We Could Still Win the Peace

by William Jones

A review of Brothers in Arms, A Journey from War to Peace by William Broyles, Jr.

How Washington Infected the Nation

by Warren J. Hamerman

Looks at The AIDS Bureaucracy by Sandra Panem.


Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

ProDem versus Brazilian Industry.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Pope Names New German Cardinal.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

President Zia Dismisses the Government.

Dateline Mexico

by Héctor Apolinar

Church Warns of Advance of Drug Trade.


In the Aftermath of Disgrace.

Science & Technology

Stopping Epidemics: The French Military Legacy

by Garance Upham Phau

A Paris-based member of EIR’s Biological Holocaust Task Force looks at the pioneering public health work of 19th-century French scientists, a model for today’s war on AIDS.

Anti-Science Mob in Action: Food Irradiation Pioneer Welt Indicted

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

More on Italy’s C-256 ‘Scientific Tuning’


A May-Fly Market Rally for a June Summit

by Christopher White

The stock market uptick is quite closely related to the political- psychological warfare preparations for the Toronto economic summit.

Malthusians’ Genocide Exposed in British, Italian Press

by Mark Burdman

Going into Gold To Avoid the Crash

by Joyce Fredman

It will only accelerate the catastrophe.

EIR Estimate on Bank Failures Is 230

Currency Rates

European Community: Farmers Blamed for Algae ‘Invasion’

by Poul Rasmussen

Business Briefs

AIDS Update

Old Fascist Circle Outlines AIDS Program

Will the Next President Win or Lose War on AIDS?

by Warren J. Hamerman

How Washington Infected the Nation

by Warren J. Hamerman

LaRouche Holds Press Conference on AIDS

Hospitals Quietly Take Precautions against AIDS


Is China Bringing Back the Middle Kingdom?

by Linda de Hoyos

Beijing has imperial dreams of its own, and does not intend to be played as a “card” by either superpower against the other—unless it fits China’s own perceptions of its interests.

China’s Strategic Game: Cautious Steps to Empire

by Linda de Hoyos

China in the Irangate Affair: The Silk Route Revisited

by Joseph Brewda

Inside Beijing’s Forbidden City

by Linda de Hoyos


Moscow Writes Off Reagan as Military Moves to the Fore

by Konstantin George

Having milked the President for all the concessions he was worth, the Muscovites went out of their way to humiliate him on Soviet national television.

Yugoslav Crisis Heads for Autumn Showdown

by Luba George

Colombian Kidnaping Signals Soviet Escalation of Irregular Warfare

by Valerie Rush

Panama: U.S. Seeks Ibero-American Figleaf

by Robyn Quijano

‘My Campaign Inspires the Patriots of Mexico’

by Hugo López Ochoa

Interview with Mexican Labor Party Presidential candidate Marivilia Carrasco, and report on her eight-month campaign.

Iran Suffers Setback in Gulf War, Growing Discontent at Home

by Thierry Lalevée

Germany: Anti-Western Clique Runs Key State

International Intelligence


Will the Next President Win or Lose War on AIDS?

by Warren J. Hamerman

The health establishment is putting forth “crisis management” schemes which lack all sense of national scientific mission; on the other hand, there is Lyndon LaRouche.

Moscow Summit: A Damage Report

by Webster G. Tarpley

Elephants and Donkeys

by William Jones

Jackson Makes a Bid for Dukakis’s VP Post — Will Baker Join the Bush Campaign? — Bush Trying To Keep Reaganites On Board — State Budget Deficit Hurts Dukakis’s Image — Will Senate Scuttle Philippines Bases?

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Will Senate Scuttle Philippines Bases?

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News