by Carlos Méndez and Lucía Méndez
The Venezuelan Labor Party general secretary and presidential candidate discusses his party’s remarkable new influence.
A detailed paraphrase of a meeting between the LaRouches and members of the Legislative Yen, military and business leaders, and journalists in Taipei on Sept. 4.
by Maria Cristina Fiocchi
World Could Feed 40 Billion People.
by Volcker Hassmann
Schiller Banned in Germany—Again!
by Javier Almario
Back to the Drawing Boards.
by Silvia Palacios
IMF Unleashes Social Convulsion.
by Susan Maitra
Extremists on Rampage in Sri Lanka.
The Myth of Collective Guilt.
by Christopher White
The bankers’ collective attempt to play pressure politics, by manipulating the currency-rate and interest-rate conditions under which the system has been supported, must tend to accelerate the financial systems’s destabilization in ways they do not understand.
When there are no longer nation-states, there will be no barrier to the power of a financial oligarchy. First of a three-part series.
by Mark Burdman
by Stephen Lewis
The Appearance of Crisis.
by Patricia Salisbury
FEMA Launches Food, Housing Control.
by Sue Atkinson
FmHA Sends Out Foreclosure Threat.
by Rainer Apel
The Chancellor’s closest associate was forced to resign after a Moscow-orchestrated campaign of press lies about his speech in the Bundestag—one of the nobler statements on the Nazi tragedy in 50 years.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Signals the formation of a new international resistance movement to Soviet imperial aggression.
by Philipp Jenninger
The full text of Philipp Jenninger’s speech before the Bundestag.
Selections from the “coverage.”
by Konstantin George
The Estonian Parliament’s defiance of Gorbachov could set the pace for others, as the Soviet leader sets out on his grandstand tour of the West in the midst of a desperate food crisis.
by Thierry Lalevée
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Linda de Hoyos
by Dolia Estévez-Pettingell
Mexico’s Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas won over some 80 industrialists, businessmen, and professionals.
by Michael Minnicino
Part II of a series.
by Javier Almario
by Webster G. Tarpley
The ability of the new Bush Administration to survive will depend on the White House first liquidating the Justice Department political frameups against Lyndon LaRouche, and then incorporating the LaRouche program on economics, national security, and public health into the Administration’s program.
Lyndon LaRouche charges that Judge Albert Bryan has “ordered a frameup in effect.”
Documentation: The suppressed statement of defendant Edward Spannaus, and excerpts from Judge Bryan’s denial of all defense motions.
by Kathleen Klenetsky and John Hoefle
by Leo F. Scanlon
by William Jones
by Nicholas F. Benton
Reagan Steps on Canadian Election.