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Volume 17, Number 34, August 31, 1990

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Book Reviews

Argentine Foreign Minister Attacks Mercantilism, Defends Grain Cartels  

by Florín Doro

La Argentina que pudo ser; los costos de la represión económica, by Domingo Cavallo, Roberto Domenech, and Yair Mundlak.


From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Different Reactions, Same Crisis.

Dateline Montreal  

Campeau Rides Again.


Good-Bye, Environmentalism.

Science & Technology

High-speed Railroads Will Transform Europe’s Economy  

Rapidly expanding the rate of the movement of goods and passengers will be the key to the success of the European “Productive Triangle” extending from Paris to Berlin to Vienna, as proposed by Lyndon LaRouche. It also means dumping Adam Smith “free market” economics once and for all. Part I of a series, taken from a special report just released in Germany.


Dow Jones: The Nation’s ‘Top Indicator’ Indicates Nothing  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Since July 17, world stock markets have dropped precipitously. Yet the depth of the crisis has been masked-how?

LaRouche: Bush in ‘Flight Forward’ from Financial Collapse  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

British Greens Welcome Shutdown of Middle East Oil  

by Mark Burdman

Brazil Bows to U.S., Dynamites Its Relationship to Iraq  

Once, it was a model of how Third World nations could help each other to industrialize.

Mexico’s AIDS Mafia Gets a Challenge  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Thailand’s Infrastructure Bottlenecks Endanger Economic Takeoff  

by Uwe Henke v. Parpart

Currency Rates  


by Marcia Merry

Big Jump in Demand for Food Stamps.

Business Briefs  


A Peace Plan in the True Interests of Arab and Israeli  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

For decades, the British have successfully sabotaged any potential for Arabs to use their oil revenues to create modern industrialized countries in the Middle East. If there’s ever to be peace there, not only must the British influence be eliminated, but Israelis must join Arabs in huge water-management and other infrastructure projects. Lyndon LaRouche sketches how it must be done.

LaRouche: ‘A Leibnizian Approach to City Design’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From his 1981 proposal to the Organization of African Unity.

German Technology Is Key to Mideast Peace  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The chairman of the Patriots for Germany party, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, commends Germany for its unwillingness to be drawn into the Anglo-Americans’ war. But she says Germany should go further, and win the peace by formally endorsing and carrying out LaRouche’s “Productive Triangle” concept.


Bush Is Biggest Obstacle to Gulf Peace Accord  

by Joseph Brewda

Oil Grab Seeks To Wipe Out OPEC  

by Joseph Brewda

LaRouche: ‘Could Be Worse than Sarajevo’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Kissinger’s Hand in the Dirty Little Colonial War in the Gulf  

by Scott Thompson

Gulf Crisis Used To Target Third World  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Asian Leaders Not Keen on Mideast War  

by Lydia Cherry

Turkey Squeezed in Strategic Vise  

by Joseph Brewda

China Exploits Crisis To Target Taiwan  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Soviets Shift Military Strategy; Relationship to Germany Emphasized  

by Konstantin George

German Unification, Set for October, Could Prevent New World War  

by Rainer Apel

German Patriots Launch Vote Campaign  

U.S. Talks ‘Democracy’ But Seeks Dictators  

by Cynthia R. Rush

United States Fomenting ‘Shining Path’ Genocidalist Takeover of Peru  

by Gretchen Small

Poland’s ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Faces  

by Jacques Cheminade

International Intelligence  


Will Bush Invoke Emergency Government-by-Decree?  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Administration officials don’t want to talk about it, but the Bushmen think they now have their excuse for imposing the emergency rule they’ll need to wipe out opposition to the fascist economic measures they believe are necessary in order to “save” the bankrupt U.S. economy.

LaRouche Campaign Reshapes U.S. Politics  

by H. Graham Lowry

Virginia congressional candidate Lyndon LaRouche’s self-portrayal as a “man for a time of crisis” is being fully borne out, as increasing numbers of voters pull the lever for candidates associated with him.

New Scandals Close In on Thornburgh  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Steve Komm

Iranamok Operations To Be Legalized?  

by Herbert Quinde

Nebraska Child Abuse Story: FBI, Hysterical over EIR Exposé, Plans Next Phase of Coverup  

Our exposé of the Nebraska-based satanic child abuse ring, and of the political bigwigs who are part of it, has struck a raw nerve, indeed. Now certain forces are trying to silence the victims who have dared to speak out.

National News  

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