Volume 19, Number 3, January 17, 1992



Lyndon LaRouche

The political prisoner elaborates his proposal for currency reform in the republics of the former U.S.S.R., showing again why he is the only competent economist running for the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination.

Max Johnson

A wheat farmer, Mr. Johnson is president of the Rural Action Movement in Western Australia, and recently completed a U.S. tour to find out who is really behind the crisis in agriculture.

Vladimir Kilasoniya

The head of the finance and economics commission of the National Congress of Georgia, Dr. Kilasoniya is also a member of the National Democratic Party, Georgia’s oldest and largest party.


When Blind Justice Kills, the Innocent Die

by Gail G. Billington

Congregation of the Condemned: Voices against the Death Penalty, edited by Shirley Dicks.

Challenge Put to African Intellectuals

by Baj Thierno

Et si l’Afrique refusait le développement? by Axelle Kabou.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Germany Again Under Terrorist Attack.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

McNamara Wins a Round.

Middle East File

by Joseph Brewda

Prince Bandar and the Iran-Contra crew.

Books Received

Letters to the Editor


1992, the Year of Columbus.

Science & Technology

What Climate Models Really Show about Global Warming

by Gerd R. Weber

Greenhouse “experts” point to the fact that temperature has risen over 100 years, and that six of the hottest years have been in the last decade, to “prove” their claims. Part 2 of Gerd Weber’s report refuting them.


Bush, Miyazawa Ignore the Important Issues

by Kathy Wolfe

The problem is that Bush is a British toady, and Japan lacks the guts to confront the British “Versailles System.” So tragically, both countries are pursuing the policies which will lead to disaster.

Currency Rates

U.S. Unemployment Cover-up

A new economic indicator, exclusive to EIR.

On Currency Reform in the Former Soviet Union

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche explains why the new governments are obliged to stop criminals from provoking a famine, by imposing exchange and other controls.

BCCI: Will the Real Crooks Be Prosecuted?

by Scott Thompson

‘Australia’s Farmers Are Fed Up with Free Trade’

by Marcia Merry

An interview with Max Johnson.


by Marcia Merry

ADM Pushes Ersatz Milk.


by John Hoefle

The Policymakers Are Bankrupt, Too.

Business Briefs


What’s Really Wrong with the U.S. Auto Industry

by Marcia Merry

The massive layoffs at General Motors signify that the auto industry has reached a crossroads, where the only serious response is an emergency program to save what is left of the manufacturing sector. Marcia Merry reports.

The Auto Industry and the Crashing of the U.S. Economy

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The state of the industry, as the CEOs of the Big Three automakers traipse off to Japan with President Bush to try to sell cars.

The U.S. Auto Industry Drove Itself into the Ditch

by Marsha Freeman

How the crisis developed, in which employment in what was the largest manufacturing industry in the country dropped by half since 1978, during the “Reagan-Bush recovery.”

Japan Powers Up Electric Car Battery

by Mark Wilsey

At the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show, the Future Electric Vehicle (FEV) was the feature attraction.


Who Won the War in the Persian Gulf?

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

If the aim was to bomb Iraq back to the stone age, then the victory of the “coalition” powers is called into question by the resolve shown by Iraq to resist, even at the cost of tremendous suffering, and to rebuild.

Leading Economist: Georgia Can Contribute to Europe’s Development

An interview with Vladimir Kilasoniya.

Gaidar Says Reforms Will Topple Yeltsin

by Denise Henderson

Bush Seeks Apparatus To Control East Asia

by Lydia Cherry

‘Peace Accord’ Hands El Salvador to Reds

by Gretchen Small

New Age ‘Culture’ Advances in Argentina

by Cynthia R. Rush

Haiti: Bush, OAS Insist Communist Be Premier

by Carlos Wesley

Why the FIS Won in Algeria’s Elections

by Jacques Cheminade

‘Bush Manual’ Plot To Dismantle Military Ripped by Ibero-Americans

by Gretchen Small

U.S. officials are blaming EIR for all the ruckus.

Documentation: Will usury be allowed to bury Ibero-America?

KGB Employed Danish Anti-LaRouche Agent

by Poul Rasmussen

International Intelligence


Washington’s Economic Debate: U.S. Is the Loser

by Kathleen Klenetsky

When the media-designated Democratic presidential frontrunner, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, boasts that he drove down welfare payments in one of the poorest states in the Union, you know that the Democratic establishment is posing no alternative to the Bushmen.

Many States Place LaRouche on Ballot

by Nancy Spannaus

Illinois Declares ‘Technical’ Bankruptcy

by H. Graham Lowry

Kahane Murder: Acquittal Could Trigger Terrorism

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Establishment Media ‘Trash’ George Bush

National News