by Elke Fimmen
Friedrich List-politische Wirkungsgeschichte des Vordenkers der europäischen Integration, by Prof. Dr. Eugen Wendler.
by Laurent Murawiec
Justice n’est pas vengeance: une autobiographie, by Simon Wiesenthal with collaboration from Peter Michael Lingens.
by Michele Steinberg and Denise Ham
Cauldron of Blood: The Matamoros Cult Killings, by Jim Schutze.
by Neil E. Nielson
Researcher Neil E. Nielson reports on this entirely safe technology for eliminating bacteria and extending shelf-life of foods, and the attempts by anti-technology crackpots to prevent us from enjoying its benefits.
by Rainer Apel
East Berlin’s Race for Time.
by Carlos Wesley
Invasion Mooted at Summit.
by Silvia Palacios
“Green Terrorism Looms.”
by Mark Sonnenblick
Peru Doesn’t Have To Lose Cocaine War.
The Real Science Frauds.
by Webster G. Tarpley
With Gorbachov’s approval of the “reforms” now being carried out in Poland, he has endorsed his own death warrant. Part I of a series by Webster Tarpley.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by William Engdahl
Her refusal to move Great Britain into the European Monetary System has caused a revolt in her own cabinet.
by Nicholas F. Benton
The Need To Invest in “Human Capital.”
by Marcia Merry
The Bush Pesticide Bill.
by Carlos Cota
The “Dorian Gray” Economic Pact.
by John Grauerholz, M.D.
Can Coughing Transmit AIDS?
The decision by Federal judge Martin Bostetter to overturn the “Get LaRouche” task force’s attempt to shut down firms run by LaRouche associates, is not just a victory for LaRouche’s political movement, but represents a victory for the principle of government by law.
Without the government’s illegal bankruptcy seizure in 1987, Lyndon LaRouche would not be in prison today.
by Luba George
Faced with growing numbers of draft dodgers, draft card burners, pacifists, and even physical assaults on military personnel, the Red Army has had enough, and is readying itself to extinguish the opposition.
by Thierry Lalevée
by Christine Schier
by Allen Douglas
by Dean Andromidas and Chris Lewis
by Linda de Hoyos
by Ramtanu Maitra
The biggest bank robbery in British history. Part II of an EIR investigative series.
by Nicholas F. Benton
The “non-summit summit” supposedly has no set agenda, but Gorbachov will be coming with a list of economic demands—in a last-ditch effort to shore up his desperate regime.
by Gail G. Billington
Even the Soviet Foreign Minister now admits the radar station is for their own beam weapons defense system.
by William Jones
A number of errors crept into the article, “Supreme Court Backs RICO Use Against Political Groups,” in the Oct. 20 issue. 1) The Court did not uphold the Third Circuit Court of Appeals decision approving the use of RICO against an anti-abortion group; it declined to grant a petition for certiorari (review) of the lower court ruling. A denial of certiorari cannot be cited as having any value as a precedent. The ruling therefore stands as a precedent only for the Third Circuit, and the other II Circuit Courts are free to ignore this ruling if they wish. (The Supreme Court only accepts about 160 out of 5,000 cases submitted for review each term.) 2) The government has not yet used the criminal or civil provisions of RICO against any political group, as may be inferred from the article-although the threat is certainly there, that it may do so in the future. The Pennsylvania case was a civil action brought by private parties.