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Volume 19, Number 23, June 5, 1992

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New Releases of Mozart’s ‘Great’ Mass in C Minor  

by Kathy Wolfe

Two compact disc recordings of the “Great” Mass in C Minor, K.427, by W.A. Mozart. Claudio Abbado, conductor; Berlin Philharmonic and Berlin Radio Chorus. Philipp Herreweghe, conductor; La Chappelle Royale and Collegium Vocal Choir.

Books Received  

Neither Silent, Nor Are They Lambs  

by Katherine Kanter

In anticipation of the Danish Royal Ballet’s U.S. tour, a review of the second Bournonville Festival of the century in Copenhagen.

The Roll Call of the Dead: What Did Nazi Genocide Mean?  

by Molly Kronberg

Democide: Nazi Genocide and Mass Murder, by R.J. Rummel.



by Suzanne Rose

Another Wave of Farm Bankruptcies.


The Threat of Fascism.


Europe Agrees to Farm Cuts, But Free Traders Want More  

by Marcia Merry

The concessions made by the European Community in order to get a GATT agreement with Washington, amount to dismantling the protection for farmers that the Common Agriculture Program has provided for the past three decades.

Club of Rome Puppets Offer Suicide to Eastern European Countries  

by Yves Messer

A report from a conference of the Global Legislator Organization for a Balanced Environment (GLOBE) in Strasbourg, France.

Currency Rates  

New ‘Revisionist’ Economic School Is Only Half-Right about Japan  

by Kathy Wolfe

Part 2 in a series.

Business Briefs  


LaRouche Allies Forge Movement Across Americas  

by Nora Hamerman

The Ibero-American Solidarity Movement was founded in Tlaxcala, Mexico, at a conference commemorating the 500th anniversary of Columbus’s discovery of the Americas. In the spirit of the evangelization of the continent, the new movement will uphold the identity between reason and faith which led to the voyages of discovery.

General Noriega Sends His Greetings  

Columbus’s Discovery of America and the Strategic Crisis Today  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

What is the connection between the immorality of the Aztec priests, and the immorality of “Slick Willie” Clinton? A speech by Lyndon LaRouche.

We Cannot Leave the Future to the Enemy  

by Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín

Speech by Argentine political prisoner Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín.


Bush Is Planning an ‘Operation Balkan Storm’  

by Konstantin George

The 180-degree turn in U.S. policy toward Serbia is not motivated by any objections to Serbia’s massacres, but by raw power politics.

Israeli Strikes in Southern Lebanon Threaten ‘Little War’ with Syria  

by Dean Andromidas

Turkey Is Being Set Up, Temporarily, as the New Regional Strongman  

by Joseph Brewda

All the ingredients are coming into place for drawing Turkey into what could devolve into a Turkish-Iranian or a Turkish-Russian war.

How the Turkish-Israeli Marriage Was Arranged  

by Joseph Brewda

Armenia’s Neighbors Use War in Karabakh Toward Their Own Ends  

German Military Expert: Stop Wasting Time, Integrate Russia Now  

by Paul Albert Scherer

Brig. Gen. Paul Albert Scherer (ret.), the former head of West German Military Intelligence, briefs a Washington audience on the threat of civil war within and war among the former Soviet republics.

Queen’s Archbishop Attacks the Holy See  

by Mark Burdman

High Stakes in Killing of Sicily’s Falcone  

by Mark Burdman and Umberto Pascali

OAS Is an Enforcer for One-World Order  

by Valerie Rush

Narcotics Explosion in Russia Reported  

by Rachel Douglas

International Intelligence  


Clinton Falters, as LaRouche Breaks Out  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Democratic delegates may dump Clinton at the convention unless something dramatic occurs before then. The 3% vote for LaRouche in Clinton’s home state of Arkansas, and nearly 5% in Idaho, show the explosive potential that exists for just such an eventuality.

World Responds in Horror to Execution of Roger Coleman  

by Anita Gallagher

Condom Policy Shocks D.C. Religious Leaders  

by Leo Scanlon

No Budget Solution in Sight for California  

by H. Graham Lowry

‘Pioneering the Space Frontier’: In Memory of Tom Paine  

by Marsha Freeman

The former NASA administrator was one of only a handful of visionaries in the space program in this century.

Minnesota ‘HealthRight’ Plan Means Corporatist Cost-Cutting  

by Stephen Parsons

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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