Volume 16, Number 24, June 9, 1989


Book Reviews

Genocide Is Not a State of Mind

by Peter Rush

Underdevelopment Is a State of Mind, the Latin American Case by Lawrence E. Harrison.

Science & Technology

CFCs Are Not Depleting the Ozone Layer

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Reports some startling statistics: One active volcano can emit more allegedly ozone-depleting gases than all man-made sources combined.

Are DuPont, ICI behind ‘Ozone Depletion’ Scare?


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

More Obedience, More Punishment.

Dateline Mexico

by Cruz del Carmen de Cota

“Modernization” or Destruction?

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

U.S. Attacks India’s Trade Practices.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Did Bush-Man Seek Noriega’s Death?

Report from Rome

by Antonio Gaspari

The Terrorism of the Green Brigades.


“Peace in Our Time.”


Bush’s New ‘Strong’ Dollar: The Same Old Insanity

by Richard Freeman

In reality, the policy is a cheap imitation of the Donald Regan policy of eight years ago, which merely continued the Jimmy Carter-Paul Volcker depression.

United States Turns Its Back on Crisis in Argentina

by Cynthia R. Rush

The Bush Administration fears above all that a future Peronist government will break Argentina out of the IMF’s grip.

Currency Rates

512 Million Have Died of Hunger This Decade

by Marcia Merry

Egyptian President Mubarak’s report to the World Food Conference.


by Robert L. Baker

Yeutter’s 5% Wheat Land Set-Aside.

International Credit

by William Engdahl

Brussels Opens New Door to the East.

Business Briefs


The LaRouche Case and the Countdown to U.S. Fascism

by Warren J. Hamerman

The LaRouche case is thoroughly intertwined with the central political question of our age: whether or not the ever-accelerating and indisputable economic, cultural, and strategic collapse of the United States solidifies into a full-scale fascist state.

Mass-Circulation Amicus Brief for LaRouche

International Friend of the Court Briefs

Excerpts from briefs filed by prominent jurists from France, Austria, Sweden, and the Federal Republic of Germany.

Ramsey Clark Leads Main LaRouche Appeal

Secret Government Infiltration of the LaRouche Jury

The amicus curiae brief submitted by Attorney Edwin Vieira, Jr.


NATO Summit: Gorbachov Was the Only Winner

by Rainer Apel

A “day of infamy”: In Brussels, every strategic goal of the Kremlin was advanced, and the way paved toward total U.S. abandonment of its allies.

Troops Move in China: Revolution or Counter-Revolution?

by Linda de Hoyos

LaRouche Human Rights Case Breaks in Mexican Press

by Valerie Rush

The much-read weekly Proceso gave six pages to exposing the motives behind the U.S. statesman’s jailing.

Is Bush Preparing a Post-Thatcher Era?

by Mark Burdman

Soviet Congress Is Chauvinists’ Forum

by Konstantin George

Suvorov Backs U.K. Expulsion of Spies

by Mark Burdman

Club of Rome: ‘Beyond Limits to Growth’

Italian Politics Headed for a Shift?

by Leonardo Servadio

International Intelligence


Wright Purge Signals New Reign of Terror

by Nicholas F. Benton

The Speaker’s passionate speech made his decision to duck a fight on “ethics” charges seem all the more cowardly.

NCLC Conference: Toward a New Moral Renaissance

by Marla Minnicino

An overflow crowd of more than 1,000 gathered in Virginia to hear of and debate the programs and ideas of Lyndon H. LaRouche, four months after the former Presidential candidate was jailed.

LaRouche Prosecutor Links to Satanic ‘Murder, Inc.’ Confirmed

The John Markham Dossier, continued from last week.

Gorbachov’s ‘Defensive Sufficiency’ Deception

by Scott Thompson

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Behind the Day of Infamy.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Wallop “Skeptical” of Bush’s Offer.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News


On page 23 of our May 26 issue, in the article, "Beethoven as a physical scientist," Table 2 on "Vowel harmony" contained an unfortunate transposition of two phonetic symbols in the sequence of the seven Italian vowels. Following /a/, the next vowel to the right should be /ε/ (the "open" vowel) followed by /e/, the "closed" version of that vowel. Our table showed the two vowels in reverse order. We regret any confusion this caused.