Volume 18, Number 34, September 6, 1991



Sam Whitney

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

The chairman of the first U. S. commercial food irradiation plant, Vindicator of Florida, discusses this revolutionary technology for food preservation.

Massimo Pini

A member of the Swiss Federal Parliament and an officer of the Social Affairs Committee of the Assembly of the Council of Europe is campaigning to have the sanctions against Iraq lifted.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Credit Extended to New Republics.

Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas

Dope Mafia Rigs “Hate Crimes.”


Cracks in the New World Order.

Book Reviews

The Battle Mozart Won in America’s War with Britain

by David Shavin

Mozart in Vienna, 1781-1791, by Volkmar Braunbehrens is the taking-off point for this historical analysis by David Shavin. The story of Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio demonstrates how, in the hands of an artist who understands that reason and beauty are morally identical, art becomes a powerful cause of historical events.

Mozart’s Aborted Paris Trip


Soviet Upheaval Triggers Policy Battle in West

by Christopher White

Particularly in the industrial associations of western Europe, an uproar has broken out against the failed economic policies of the Anglo-Americans, who aren’t content with ruining their own economies, but want to bring everybody else down with them.

UNDP Privatization Drive Dogs E. Europe

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Turkic Republics Vie with Economic Crisis

by Denise Henderson

Industrial Bank of Japan Hit by Scandal

by Kathy Wolfe

Irradiation Is Best Way To Prevent Food Poisoning

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

An interview with Sam Whitney.

Currency Rates


by Marcia Merry

Crisis in U.S. Beef Production.

Business Briefs


Brazilians Ready To Fight Bush’s ‘New World Order’

by Silvia Palacios

Resistance is growing to the colonialist plan to “internationalize” the resource-rich Amazon region, and EIR is right in the middle of it.

Lutzenberger Makes Protest to EIR

Amazon Battle Is Key to Brazil’s Development

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

From the testimony by EIR correspondent Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa before the Commission of Inquiry of the Brazilian House of Deputies.

Other Resistance to Eco-92 Is Growing


Finally, Victory for the Baltic States

by Hartmut Cramer

The sovereignty and independence of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia has been recognized by the Russian Republic and the European Community. Will George Bush be the last to take that historic step? As one Lithuanian official said proudly, “If the U.S. doesn’t want to do this, well, we can certainly live without that.”

The Old Soviet Union Is Dead

by Konstantin George

Yugoslavia at the Brink of Total War

by Paolo Raimondi

West Bears Guilt in Iraq Embargo

An interview with Massimo Pini.

Failure of Soviet Putsch a Blow to Israel’s Sharon

by Mark Burdman

OAS Staff Blocked LaRouche Complaint

Unchallenged Salinas Wins Mexico’s Elections—by Hook and by Crook

by Carlos Cota Meza

China Muzzles Khmer Rouge, Makes a Deal on Cambodia

by Linda de Hoyos

London ‘Colonialists’ May Lose on Kashmir

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

U.S., China Fish in Troubled Waters in Indian Himalayas

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


Bush Faces a Hot Autumn of Strikes and Protests

by Marcia Merry

From pro-life demonstrations in Wichita, Kansas to teachers and students angry about cutbacks in education funding, our intelligence shows that the President—as well as the Democrats—is in for a rough ride.

FBI ‘Stiff-Arms’ EIR in Hashemi FOIA Case

by Edward Spannaus

ADL Promotes Prison Labor, Chinese-Style

by Leo Scanlon

Dr. L. Jolyon West: The LSD Cult behind the Cult Awareness Network

Those who brought us MK-Ultra and the CIA’s brainwashing experiments are still on the scene, with their baggage of dope, deception, and political dirty tricks.

‘Bugsy’ Thornburgh Running for Senate

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Steve Komm

Setbacks for Virginia ‘Get LaRouche’ Gang

National News