A national board member of the new Polish farm movement, the Union for the Self-Defense of Farmers, describes their fight against the International Monetary Fund’s austerity regime for Poland.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
A poet and secretary of the Kiev branch of the Ukrainian Writers Union, Mr. Movchan is also one of the initiators of the Rukh independence movement and a deputy in parliament.
by Hugo López Ochoa
School Privatization Challenged.
by Manuel Hidalgo
Vargas Llosa Wants To Scrap Army.
by Rainer Apel
Parliamentary Inquiry on Terrorism.
They Still Fear LaRouche.
by H. Graham Lowry
America in 1857: A Nation on the Brink, by Kenneth M. Stampp.
by Sanford Roberts
John Marshall Harlan: the Great Dissenter of the Warren Court, by Tinsley Yarborough.
by Kathy Wolfe
Compact discs: “Baroque Duet”, Kathleen Battle, soprano, Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Beethoven, Sonatas Op. 10 & Op. 79, Melvyn Tan; Schumann, Liederkreis Op. 24 Kerner-Lieder Op.35 Olaf Bär, baritone, Geoffrey Parsons, piano; Mozart,“‘Coronation’ Mass in C” K. 317 & “Missa brevis in C (‘Sparrow’)” K. 220 Vienna Boys’ Choir.
by Nora Hamerman
by Christopher White
Researchers from Japan’s Ministry of International Trade and Industry are circulating policy proposals for applying Japan’s experience in postwar reconstruction to the crisis currently afflicting the republics of the former Soviet Union. It will work, provided there’s a similar reform in the West itself.
by Carol White and Christopher White
Tokyo will spend as much as $100 million over five years, for a crash program in a field which the foolish Anglo-American science establishment has dismissed as a fraud.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
There is no hope for any developing country today, unless there is a “very radical” economic policy change.
by Nora Hamerman
Media tycoon Gustavo Cisneros has not given up “gestapo tactics.”
by Alberto Vizcarra O.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Official Unemployment Hits New High.
by John Hoefle
Bramalea Defaults on Bond Issue.
by Marcia Merry
This year’s meager wheat harvest will leave the United States without the ability to feed the hungry at home or abroad, while Africa is experiencing the worst drought in a century: the devastating impact of the grain cartel’s deliberate policies.
by Robert L. Baker
From a U.S. document submitted to the GATT Secretariat in 1988.
by Carlos Wesley
The U.S. has already targeted other political leaders in Ibero-America for kidnaping—such as Maj. Edgardo Lopez Grimaldo, who is being held at the risk of his life in Colombia.
Documentation: From Noriega’s speech at his sentencing.
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Claudio Celani
by Paolo Raimondi
Amelia Boynton Robinson, winner of the Martin Luther King freedom medal, was the guest of Mothers for Peace in war-torn Croatia.
Documentation: From Robinson’s interview with a Zagreb newspaper.
by Valerie Rush
At a World Jewish Congress conference in Belgium, Searchlight magazine led a propaganda campaign against Germany, Croatia, and Lyndon LaRouche.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Kathleen Klenetsky
This year will be the first presidential election in recent history in which the party powers have not even made a pretense of caring about the concerns of the party’s traditional base.
by Bruce Director
by Edward Spannaus
by William Jones
The maps of the proposed Eurasian rail network on the cover and on pages 24-25 of our last issue (No. 28), while primarily designed to show the overall scope of the project, erred in omitting some national boundaries, and also, they contained some misplaced labels. As soon as official maps become available of the former Soviet Union, showing the borders of many of the new republics, particularly in Central Asia, we will print a more accurate version of the plan. Thank you for your patience!