Volume 17, Number 29, July 20, 1990



David Leckrone

by David Cherry

The deputy associate director of sciences for the Space Telescope at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center discusses what can and can not be concluded at this point about the telescope’s malfunctioning.

Garth Illingworth

by David Cherry

An astronomer at Lick Observatory emphasizes that the problem that developed with the Space Telescope is a major setback.

Norbert Brainin

by Kathy Wolfe and Hartmut Cramer

The former first violinist of the famed Amadeus Quartet tells how Lyndon LaRouche’s scientific outlook further deepened Brainin’s own understanding of Beethoven’s late works.

Denise Quinn

by Patricia Salisbury

The organizer of the revolt against New Jersey Governor James Florio’s new tax package discusses where the movement will go from here.

Physical Economy Survey

Statistical Survey of World Population

Data and maps on growth and shifts in the world population over the past 30 years.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Replacing the Five-Year Plan Policy.

Report from Rome

by Giorgio Prinzi

A Bridge from Scylla to Charybdis?

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

CIA Is Training Guatemalan Guerrillas.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Fallout from Invasion Increasing.

Andean Report

by Andrea Olivieri

The Fight To Retake Medellín.

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Collor Automatically Aligns with Bush.


King Henry V Today.

Science & Technology

The Space Telescope Proves Its Survivability

by David Cherry

It’s still a mystery exactly how the flaw in the telescope’s mirror system could have escaped anyone’s notice, but corrective systems are already being built, and almost all of its missions will be accomplished.

If Our Questions Were Valid, then Pick Up and Try Again

by David Cherry

Interview with David Leckrone, deputy associate director of sciences for the Space Telescope at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

Telescope’s Malfunction Is a Setback to Science

by David Cherry

Interview with Garth D. Illingworth, of the Lick Observatory and the University of California at Santa Cruz.


Anglo-Americans Declare War on Europe at Houston Summit

by Harley Schlanger

Instead of bold initiatives, bullying from the Bush and Thatcher Administrations was at the center of the summit, and most of the abuse was directed against Europe and Japan in order to break resistance to the “free market” insanity of the bankrupt Anglo-American financial establishment.

Documentation: British minister rants over Germany.

What is the Threat of a Mideast War to the Status of World Oil Supply?

by William Engdahl

Currency Rates

U.S. Targets Allies with Economic Espionage, Sabotage

by Joseph Brewda

Bush Sacrifices Timber Industry to ‘Mother Earth’ and ‘Mother Russia’

by H. Graham Lowry

London Treaty Calls for Total Ban on Chlorofluorocarbons by 2000

CAP Seeks To Cash In on Mideast War Threat

by Jaime Ramírez and José Restrepo

The Venezuelan President is making his country’s oil reserves into part of a “hemispheric strategic reserve.”


by Marcia Merry

“Free Trade” Is No Solution.

Business Briefs


Israel Is Preparing for New Mideast War

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Unless something changes fast, it is inevitable that within months or even weeks, Israel will go to war against Iraq and will move to wipe Jordan off the map. This is the estimation of Lyndon LaRouche, who reviews why the U.S-Soviet condominium wants it to happen.

Superpowers Prepare for New Mideast War, ‘Final Solution’ to Arab Problem

by Joseph Brewda

Now Is the Time To Revive the ‘Oasis Plan’ for Mideast Peace

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

No matter how far-fetched it may seem to many today, the only way to political peace is through economic development, and not the other way around. LaRouche, who has advocated this approach ever since 1973, explains why it is all the more urgent today.

LaRouche Called for a ‘New Marshall Plan’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Malthusians Reshape NATO for ‘Out-of-Area’ Wars

by Mark Burdman

All the rhetoric at the NATO summit about “the end of the Cold War” masks a deadly purpose: reduction of population in the non-white areas of the world.

Strike Wave in Ukraine Heralds ‘Hot Summer’ for Moscow Leaders

by Konstantin George

Kremlin Growing Unhappy with India

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Moscow is sending advanced T-72 tanks to India’s enemy Pakistan, as war between them.

U.S. Threatens To Invade South America

by Carlos Wesley

Animal Rights: In Hitler’s Footsteps

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Part II of a series.

Canadian ‘Nazi’ Case Ends in Failure

by John Beverly Robinson

“War crimes” witchhunt fails to frame up another innocent victim,

International Intelligence


Bush Hawks ‘Free Trade’ Swindle to Neighbors

by Peter Rush and Cynthia R. Rush

The President’s “broad and bold” initiative to form a Latin American free trade zone may put some quick cash into U.S. banks, but it will sink, not buoy up, the hemisphere’s economies—exactly as the Council on Foreign Relations planned it.

Documentation: Responses to Free-Market Plan.

LaRouche Catches Illinois Prosecutor in Extortion Plot; NBC News Exposed as Accomplice

Attorneys for Lyndon LaRouche file for $30 million in damages against some figures in the “Get LaRouche” task force.

N.J. Group Demands: Let the Governed Rule

by Patricia Salisbury

Interview of Denise Quinn, organizer of the revolt against New Jersey Governor James Florio’s new tax package.

George Washington To Be Tried for Treason

by Mark Burdman

ADL Joins Cathedral of St. John To Promote ‘New Age’ Paganism

by Joseph Brewda

First of a series.

Documentation: Adolf Hitler and Friedrich Nietzsche’s “final solution” for Christianity.

Court Upholds States’ Parental Notification Laws in Teen Abortions

by Linda Everett

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News