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Volume 16, Number 19, May 5, 1989

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Dr. Martin Fleischmann  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

One of its discoverers talks about the “cold” fusion process.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The jailed former Presidential candidate explains, to a correspondent for the Bangkok newsletter Off the Record, why the foreign policy of the Bush Administration is insane.

Dr. Abdallah Bouhabib  

by William Jones

Lebanon’s ambassador to the United States discusses the Bush Administration’s policy toward that country—not very favorably.

Book Reviews

Is History a Rat’s Maze or the Embodiment of Universal Progress?  

by Ron Fredman

A review of How the Nation Was Won: America’s Untold Story, by H. Graham Lowry, and The First Salute, by Barbara Tuchman.


Middle East Report  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Losing the “War on Drugs” in Lebanon.

Andean Report  

by Peter Rush

Mercantilism Surfaces in Peru.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Stuck Between the Fund and the Strikes.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Washington Courts the Socialists.


Three Strikes and You’re Out.

AIDS Update

Ibero-America Faces AIDS Holocaust  

by Peter Rush

Soviets Announce New AIDS Measure  


The Smoot-Hawley Revival: Trade War Policy Unleashed  

by Christopher White

Argentine Economy Out of Control as Elections Near  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Ibero-America Faces AIDS Holocaust  

by Peter Rush

IMF Paeans China’s Austerity Plan  

by Michael Billington

The Republic of China Must Not Go Down the Tokyo Road  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Currency Rates  

Consumers Union Publishes Bad Science on Good Apples  

by Dr. Thomas H. Jukes

Dr. Jukes is Professor-in-Residence in Biophysics and Nutritional Sciences at Berkeley.

Yeutter Refuses To Aid Wheat Growers  

by Marcia Merry


by Robert L. Baker

Police-State Raids Hit Farm Belt.


A Chronology of Cold Fusion Results.

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Chernobyl Three Years Later.

Business Briefs  


The Scientific Revolution Implied in ‘Cold’ Fusion  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

The world scientific community has been in an excited state of an order incomparably higher than any nucleus in the scientists’ experiment-the generation of whole families of new technologies is at issue.

Congress Grapples with Fusion Results  

by Marsha Freeman

‘When Benefits Are Great, Experiment’  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

An interview with Dr. Martin Fleischmann.

For Zero-Growth Fanatics, Nothing Could Be Worse  


Bush Administration Set for Showdown with Panama  

by Carlos Wesley

A plan modeled on the overthrow of the Philippines’ Marcos, or failing that, military intervention, is now openly discussed in Washington.

Japanese Prime Minister Takeshita Resigns, But Who’s the Victor?  

by Linda de Hoyos

Purge of ‘Dead Souls’ Sweeps Soviet Plenum  

by Konstantin George

Austria Responds to LaRouche Case  

by Lena Mletzko

Both the former prosecutor general and the former justice minister have denounced the trial as outrageous.

Advertisement: 100 Latin American Congressmen Demand Freedom for LaRouche  

The Deadly Consequences of West Germany’s ‘Realpolitik’  

by Michael Liebig

Bhutto Sends a Warning to Kabul ... and Moscow, and Washington  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Medellín Cocaine Cartel Loses Top Agent in Mexico  

Gallardo and the French Connection in Mexico  

International Intelligence  


Defense Budget Heralds Abandonment of U.S. Allies  

by Leo F. Scanlon

Eagleburger, Kissinger Promote Russians’ High-Tech Trade Scam  

by Scott Thompson

RICO Batters U.S. Rule of Law  

by Leo F. Scanlon

How the RICO statutes became the premier tool for restricting political debate—a constitutional police state.

‘Verdi A’ Echoes in New York Music World  

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

General Scherer Warns of Soviets.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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