by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Reviews Mask of Treachery by John Costello.
by Dr. John Grauerholz
Looks at Gus Sermos’s Doctors of Deceit and the AIDS Epidemic: A View From the Inside.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
A review of Alexander Alexiev’s Inside the Soviet Army in Afghanistan.
by Carlos Méndez
Venezuela Sells Its Oil Future.
by Lorenzo Carrasco
A Social Pact with Usury.
by Rainer Apel
A Word on Kristallnacht Remembrance.
Germany under Siege.
by Marsha Freeman
A new laboratory at Disney World’s EPCOT Center will show the public the potential for new technologies in agriculture.
by Christopher White
The post-election organized run against the dollar has begun, to force the new Administration’s submission to foreign central bank directives—but such pressure games could have unforeseen, catastrophic effects on the entire financial system.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
by Konstantin George
by Mary McCourt Burdman
by Marivilia Carrasco and Hugo López
by Robert Baker
USDA: “Let Them Eat Turkey.”
by John Grauerholz, M.D.
by Nancy Spannaus
After their Boston effort foundered on a mistrial and an informal jury vote to acquit all defendants, the Justice Department is trying it all over again in Alexandria. Why go to such lengths to destroy statesman LaRouche? Because, to the U.S. political establishment, LaRouche is not just another politician, but the “modern Socrates.”
by Michael Minnicino
The Marxists from the Frankfurt School have devised a powerful weapon for cultural warfare.
The “Declaration of Honor” appearing in major newspapers, and some personal statements.
by Luba George
If the Russians cannot intimidate the rest of the world into providing them with sufficient food on their terms, they could strike out militarily to secure supplies, perhaps even into Western Europe.
by Allen Douglas
Whatever Moscow’s fishing for in the South Pacific, it is not fish.
by Thierry Lalevée
by Robyn Quijano
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Linda de Hoyos
by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Kathleen Klenetsky
Dukakis came out of the Democratic convention in late July with a 17-point lead over Bush, but that evaporated when the question of whether Dukakis was mentally capable of holding the highest office in the land broke into the international media.
by Mel Klenetsky
In the past 50 years, only FDR’s Democrats have actually represented the necessary alliance of minorities, labor, and farmers. Today’s Democrats represent anything but—with the exception of the LaRouche wing, which consolidated its 25-35% support among voters.
by William Jones
A report on a conference at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Due to a confusion in bank names, an article on banks under investigation for drug-money laundering out of the October indictment against Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), in Vol. 15, No. 45, page 67, EIR mistakenly misidentified Florida National Bank of Miami as the bank which handles the finances of the ADL Foundation, and has former Nugen Hand Director Donald Beasely on the board of directors. That bank is City National Bank of Miami. Florida National of Miami, however, has indeed found its records subpoenaed by the U.S. Customs Service, the Wall Street Journal reported Oct. 31, 1988, because two of the top cocaine runners indicted, Roberto Alcairo and Gonzalo Mora, used the bank to launder their money. The BCCI indictment named Alcairo as a major smuggler and money launderer, and describes Mora as heading the Medellín Cartel’s laundering operations in Florida, New York, and California.