Volume 18, Number 24, June 21, 1991



Dr. Giuliano Preparata

by Evanthia Frangou

A theoretical physicist from the University of Milan, who spent a semester last year at the National Cold Fusion Institute at the University of Utah, discusses the cold fusion results.

Book Reviews

Why William Shakespeare Is Not Politically Correct

by Michael Minnicino

Reinventing Shakespeare: A Cultural History from the Restoration to the Present, by Gary Taylor.

Sacred Art: What the West Owes the East

by Nora Hamerman and Warren J. Hamerman

Transfiguration: Introduction to the Contemplation of Icons, by Maria Giovanna Muzj.


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

“The Issue Is Oil.”

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

“Quo Vadis,” Girolamo?

Africa Report

by Jacques Cheminade

Good Luck to Sid Ahmed Ghozali.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

What Kind of Post-Communist Europe?


Man in Space.

Science & Technology

Cold Fusion Debate Points to New Approach to Physics

by Carol White

Some implications of the new theories that are emerging from the experimental work on cold fusion, including suggestions from Lyndon LaRouche.

Coherent Self-Organization in Cold Fusion

by Evanthia Frangou

An interview with Dr. Giuliano Preparata.

How H20 Molecules Can ‘Communicate’

by Dr. Giuliano Preparata


GATT: the Real Agenda of the Group of Seven

by Carol White

All the hoopla about whether Gorbachov will attend the summit is just a ruse to cover for the real policy goal of the Anglo-Americans: destruction of European food production.

Friedrich List: The Economist of Industrial Capitalism

by Paolo Raimondi

EIR’s Raimondi addresses a meeting in Czechoslovakia on Lyndon LaRouche’s “Productive Triangle” proposal, and the alternative to flea market economics.

Currency Rates

Ministers Samper and Hommes Promote Narco-Economics in Colombia

by Javier Almario

Mexico Becoming a World Paradise for Financial Speculation and Fraud

by Carlos Cota Meza and Dennis Small

After Yeltsin Wins, the Real Race Is On

by Konstantin George


by John Hoefle

Bailing Out the 1992 Election.


by Marcia Merry

Farm Milk Prices Plunge.

Business Briefs


A Plan To Create New Water Supplies for North America

by Marcia Merry

The water resources we have are not fixed by nature, but depend on man’s technological intervention. The water crisis the United States is now facing is the result of the failure to develop and apply that technology. The first in a series on reversing the physical collapse of the U.S. economy.

Projected Water Requirements for the U.S. Are Drastically Underrated

by Christopher White

For the first time in 100 years, per capita water withdrawals from streamflow and ground water have declined. This is not the result of drought, but of the collapse into a “post-industrial society.” Christopher White presents the results of an EIR study.

LaRouche’s Campaign for Water Technology

The ‘Nuclear Option’ for Electricity and Water

The Nawapa Plan To ‘Green’ the Deserts

by Marcia Merry


Narco-Terrorist Coup in Colombia Made in Washington

by Andrea Olivieri

President Gaviria has dissolved the National Congress and overthrown the constitutional government, in another “victory” for George Bush’s new world order.

In Poland, Pope Pleads for Innocent Life, Brotherhood among Nationalities

Another Reality—Why Don’t We Hear about What Is Happening in Iraq?

by John Pilger

This article first appeared in Britain’s The New Statesman.

Urgent Appeal on the Oppression of the Palestinians in Kuwait

A document issued by the Palestinian Human Rights Committee.

Bilderbergers Hold Top-Secret Meeting

by Scott Thompson

OAS Meeting Adopts ‘Body Count’ McNamara’s Strategic Ravings

by Gretchen Small

The so-called Commitment of Santiago, hailed as a momentous step toward “democracy” in the Americas, in fact established the mechanisms for supranational military intervention against any government that dares break from free trade looting schemes.

U.S. State Department Targets Sudan

by Joseph Brewda

Israeli Lobby Activated in India

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence


Financial Dictatorships Spread over U.S. Cities

by H. Graham Lowry and Stephen Parsons

With the official bankruptcy of the city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, the handwriting on the wall has reached the dimensions of a giant billboard. Will political leaders draw the right conclusions before it is too late?

Effort Launched in U.S. To Save Iraqi Children

by Anita Gallagher

Thornburgh Senate Bid Upset by Court Ruling

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News