Volume 16, Number 31, August 4, 1989



Gen. T’eng Chieh

The elder statesman of the Kuomintang party in the Republic of China discusses the qualifications for the new leadership which must take power from the Communists in Beijing. Part III.

Book Reviews

U.S.A. v. Lyndon LaRouche: Anatomy of a Political Frameup

by Gabriele Liebig

Drawn almost entirely from court records, Railroad! shows step by step, how the U.S. government-sponsored “Get LaRouche” task force threw the Constitution and the law out the window in its race to put the “LaRouche Seven” behind bars as a favor to Henry Kissinger and a “peace offering” to the Soviet Union.


Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

U.S. Intensifies Military Provocations.

Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Colombian Cabinet Changes.


by Maria Cristina Fiocchi

Ratzinger Scores False Ecologists.


by Antonio Gaspari

Backlash in Venice.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Renounce the Hitler-Stalin Pact!

Middle East Report

by Thierry Lalevée

Israel’s Summer Crisis.


The SDI and the Soviets.

Science & Technology

The Woman on Mars: A Film Scenario for TV

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Although written more than two years ago, this “future history” of the grand and successful effort to establish a permanent colony on Mars by 2027 A.D., could not be more timely today. Its author, Lyndon LaRouche, draws upon his extensive collaboration with leading space scientists such as the late Dr. Krafft Ehricke, to vividly portray how the conquest and “Earth-forming” of the Solar System will open the gates to Man’s true Age of Reason.


After the Summit ... Before the Fall

by Christopher White

At the Paris economic summit, George Bush refused to heed international bankers’ warnings about the limits of puffing up the paper economy with more “creative” speculation schemes. Now he’s going to pay the price, as the financial world goes back to “traditional” 19th-century looting arrangements.

Prudential Demands ‘Heavy-Handed Action’ To Enforce Ecology Regimen

by William Engdahl

Currency Rates

Mexico Receives Peanuts in Latest Debt Swindle

by Peter Rush and Carlos Cota

Insurance Giant Helps China’s Dictators

by Joseph Brewda

Boycott the American International Group!

What It Would Take To Repair Our Bridges

by Marcia Merry

Toward a Great Project for Flood Control in Bangladesh

by Laurent Rosenfeld

The only good thing to come out of the Paris economic summit, was a commitment to construct a massive water control system in Bangladesh.

International Credit

by William Engdahl

Junk Is Hazardous to Our Health.


by John Hoefle

Defying Economic Gravity.

Business Briefs


LaRouche Tells Who His Political Enemies Are

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

U.S. Congressional candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., writing from his jail cell, examines the underlying motivations of the Kissinger-Cherne “secret government” circles to attempt to eliminate the policy-influence of LaRouche and his co-thinkers. This essay was written as the Foreword to the 1989 Spanish edition of LaRouche’s autobiography, The Power of Reason.


Economic Ills Heat Up Soviet Succession Fight

by Konstantin George

With the failure of Mikhail Gorbachov’s “restructuring” of the U.S.S.R.’s economy, Gorbachov may decide that only a Stalin-style purge of the party bureaucracy will keep him in power.

Afghan Crisis Takes an Ominous Turn

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Documentation: A Schiller Institute call to defuse the Afghan crisis now.

How We Can Overthrow the Mainland China Dictatorship

Part III of interview with General T’eng Chieh.

Castro Seeking Deal with Bush

by Gretchen Small

It certainly wasn’t to pursue a War on Drugs, that the aging Cuban dictator executed one of his top generals. Cocaine baron Robert Vesco is still welcome in Havana anytime.

Behind the Attack on Argentina’s President

A fact sheet on the scandal targeting Finance Minister Nestor Rapanelli.

International Intelligence


Soviet Military Prepares U.S. for ‘Russian Tiananmen’

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Both Marshal Sergei Akhromeyev and Defense Minister Dmitri Yazov took public-relations tours in order to lull Western leaders into believing that the coming military crackdown in the U.S.S.R. will never be directed outside Soviet imperial borders.

Alleged Soviet Spy Felix Bloch Was Close to Kissinger’s Circles

by Herbert Quinde

Bronfman Is Lenin’s ‘Useful Idiot’

by Scott Thompson

Defense Begins Its Case: Will Henry Kissinger Take the Stand?

The New York “LaRouche” trial proceeds.

200 More Lawyers Back LaRouche’s Appeal

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News