Volume 17, Number 17, April 20, 1990



Robert J. D’Anniballe, Sr.

by Andrew Rotstein

The leader of a delegation of Ohio unionists and businessmen who traveled to the nation’s capital to lobby against the Clean Air Bill.

Book Reviews

Mother Earth’s Little Eco-Terrorist Helpers

by Margaret Sexton

Desert Solitaire, and Hayduke Lives! by the late Edward Abbey.



by John Grauerholz, M.D.

AIDS Continues To Spread.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

East Germany Enters a New Era.

Dateline Mexico

by Francisco Roncalli

CIA’s Ties to Drug Runners Exposed.

Andean Report

by José Restrepo

Narcos’ Demands Terrorize Colombia.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Holocaust Still Active Issue in U.S.

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

An Amazon Trusteeship.


Who Needs Henry?


Bush Tries To ‘Just Say No’ to Financial Cataclysm

by John Hoefle

The U.S. government’s second attempt to sell 40-year “bailout bonds” flopped just as badly as the first.

Sachs’s Shock Therapy and Moscow Are Ripping Poland Apart

by Konstantin George

Friedrich List’s Program for Hungary’s Industrial Development

by William Jones

Hungary: Free Marketeers and Communists Lose Badly

by William Jones

Sacrificing for ‘Great Russia’

Budhoo To Organize To Halt IMF Crimes

by Ronald Kokinda

Nepal’s ‘White Gold’: When Will It Be Exploited?

by Ramtanu Maitra

Currency Rates

Import Dependency Leaves U.S. Open to New Oil Shock

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Dr. Gallo and AIDS-‘Let’s Restore Truth’

Domestic Credit

by Anthony K. Wikrent

A Growing Economy?

Business Briefs


LaRouche: Repeal Gorbachov’s Clean Air Act

by Marcia Merry

This bill, which if passed would shut down what’s left of U.S. industry, comes not from the American grassroots, but from the Kremlin, whose greatest fear is a U.S. economic recovery.

Bill Means Worse Electric Shortages

by Marsha Freeman

Defense Implications of the Clean Air Act

by Anthony K. Wikrent and Carol White

‘Clean Air’ Could Defeat Bush in 1992

by Andrew Rotstein

Interview with Roger J. D’Anniballe, leader of a delegation of Ohio businessmen and trade unionists who came to Washington to lobby against the bill.


Project Democracy Candidate Is Obliterated in Peru

by Peter Rush

Liberal porn-writer Mario Vargas Liosa, once thought a shoo-in as Peru’s next President, was rejected in droves in favor of Alberto Fujimori, a pro-technology agricultural engineer.

Canadian Tax Revolt Looms for Mulroney

by Gilles Gervais

Beijing Butchers Fear Tiananmen Anniversary

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Nepal’s King Birendra Relents on Constitution, But Tension Still High

by Susan Maitra

Makran Coast, a World Drug Depot

by Linda de Hoyos

Thornburgh Doctrine Targets Thailand

by Linda de Hoyos

UN Gets LaRouche Rights Case

Part I of a formal petition submitted to the UN Human Rights Commission, seeking UN action against the political and judicial witchhunt against Lyndon LaRouche and his political movement.

Argentina: Patriots Commemorate the Malvinas War

by Alejandro Peña Esclusa

Satanic Roots of Gnostic Church Exposed by Italian Magazine

by Silvia Palacios

International Intelligence


Appeasement Emboldens Moscow into New Strategic Offensive

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Just as Hitler kept canceling his deals with Neville Chamberlain, so now Gorbachov’s foreign minister has told George Bush that “the deal’s off” on arms control. How low will the President stoop in order to have his spring summit?

Soviets, U.S. Map Attack on Free Speech

by Leo F. Scanlon

Poindexter Convicted; Will Truth about Irangate Come Out?

by Herbert Quinde

Heir Wants Du Pont To Boycott Russia

Thornburgh Fails To Bury Inslaw Case

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Eye on Washington

by Myra Collirio

Media Credit Gorby for Eastern Europe.

National News


In the March 30 issue, the book review on p. 16, “India braces for new Dope, Inc. assault,” misspelled the name of the author of The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Laws of India several times. The correct name is B.V. Kumar and he is not a “new member” at the Central Board of Excise and Customs in the Finance Minister, but rather “now Member and formerly Director General of Revenue Intelligence.” We apologize to Mr. Kumar and our readers for this extreme lapse in attention by our proofreading staff. In the April 13 issue, p. 13. Figure 2 had an incorrect headline, due to a production error. It should have been titled, “U.S. raw steel production capacity.”