Our April 17 issue (p. 10) misidentified UNCED. It is the UN Conference for Environment and Development. In our March 27 issue, “The World Needs More People” (p. 21) contained a miscalculation. If the world population were placed in Texas, the amount of land available for every family would be about one-fifth of an acre.
The political prisoner and candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination talks to a Brazilian newspaper about the challenge facing that nation.
by Silvia Palacios
The Malthusian Face of Eco-92.
by Valerie Rush
Anarchy Looms in Colombia.
by Emmanuel Grenier
A Painful Experiment with Greens.
The Tyranny of the Media.
by Dean Andromidas
Abu Nidal: A Gun for Hire, by Patrick Seale.
by Susan Welsh
Biology: Discovering Life, by Joseph S. Levine and Kenneth R. Miller.
by Kathy Wolfe
Matthäus-Passion by J.S. Bach, BWV 244; Johannes Somary, conductor; compact disc.
by Kathy Wolfe
The entry of the republics of the Community of Independent States into the International Monetary Fund is the last gasp of the Versailles System, as the bankers grasp for one last source of loot to prop up their failing monetary system.
by Hugo López Ochoa
by Konstantin George
by Lydia Cherry and Ramtanu Maitra
by Anthony K. Wikrent
by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
by Laurence Hecht
by Anton Chaitkin
by Sue Atkinson and Suzanne Rose
Farm Credit System Swindles Exposed.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In an interview with a Brazilian newspaper, LaRouche discusses his years-long battle against the policies represented by Henry Kissinger. If Brazil is to realize its potential as a great nation, it must develop as a sovereign democratic republic. How is this to be done, under the current conditions of onslaught by the imperial forces of the “new world order”?
by Nora Hamerman
With the resignation of Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher, who has held that post since 1974, a vacuum has been created in Bonn at a time when decisive executive action is required. The man to watch out for: Count Lambsdorff.
by Cynthia R. Rush
Documentation: Carapintadas emerge throughout the continent.
by Carlos Wesley
by Mark Burdman
The violence that has followed the acquittal of four police officers in Los Angeles, charged with assaulting black motorist Rodney King, is not an isolated incident, and it is not spontaneous, either.
by H. Graham Lowry
by John Hoefle
The case of Carl Lindner.
by Warren J. Hamerman
The rebuttal to a U.S. government attempt to block the “2255” motion for a new trial.