Volume 19, Number 34, August 28, 1992



Anton Chaitkin

The co-author of George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography discusses the response to his newly published bombshell.


Will the 25th Amendment Be Invoked Against Bush?

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Maximum Vigilance, by Steve Pieczenik.

‘Let Not Your Rage Destroy a Life’

by Nora Hamerman

Leonardo da Vinci: The Anatomy of Man, by the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

World Tribunal on Serbian War Crimes.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

“Only 13% Were Women and Children.”

Report from Rio

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

Collor “Supporters” Wear Black.

Andean Report

by Andrea Olivieri

Colombia: Corruption in High Places.

Music Views and Reviews

by Kathy Wolfe

Dorothy Maynor’s Voice from Heaven.


You Read It Here.


Restore Classical Education to the Secondary Classroom

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche developed this proposal for the reform of American educational curriculum, in a 1985 open letter to Albert Shanker, president of the United Federation of Teachers. Part 1.


Could the Truth about Citicorp Finally Emerge?

by William Engdahl

The nation’s largest bank has a “Memorandum of Understanding” with the federal government, which is another way of saying it is bankrupt, and the Federal Reserve is keeping its doors open with taxpayers’ money.

The California Dream Becomes a Nightmare, as Defense Cuts Hit Hard

by Brian Lantz

Clinton, Bush Vie To Enforce Free Trade Disaster on U.S., Mexico

by Peter Rush

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFFA) was initialed on Aug. 12 by trade negotiators.

Norway Won First Round for Whaling; Who Believes in Greenpeace Now?

by Michael Ericson

Currency Rates

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Faces Civil, Criminal Investigations

by Linda Everett


by Philip Ulanowsky

Phylloxera Hits California Vineyards.

Business Briefs


Time To Bury the Dead Culture of the Confederacy

by Frederic Henderson

The United States today has become captive to the very doctrines against which the Civil War of 1861-65 was fought. To the extent that the doctrine of free trade, described by Henry Carey as “the most gigantic system of slavery the world has yet seen,” is resisted, the tendency toward freedom grows; to the extent it is not, slavery, and the degradation of man, become the hallmark of a nation on its way to extinction. By Frederic W. Henderson.

Confederate Constitution Upheld Free Trade, Slavery


Shining Path International Grows by Leaps and Bounds

by Andrea Olivieri

The terrorists are growing under the umbrella of “democracy,” operating openly throughout Europe and the Americas.

Zepp-LaRouche Tells U.N. Commission: ‘My Husband Is a Political Prisoner!’

Authoritarian Regime Is Coming to Russia

by Konstantin George

Siege of Italy Is Threat to Europe

by Leonardo Servadio

Pagan Baha’i Cult Plays Leading Role in U.N.’s Human Rights Meeting

by Mark Burdman

The same world-federalist circles who brought us the Earth Summit in June 1992, are planning the World Conference on Human Rights in 1993. Their malthusian agenda is the same, and behind both is the Baha’i International Community.

LaRouche on ‘Metaphor’ Is Topic at Conference

Only Pakistan and Iran Can Resolve the Afghan Imbroglio

by Ramtanu Maitra

Iran Offers India Access to Central Asia

by Ramtanu Maitra

U.S. Undermines Thailand’s Security

by Michael Billington

Malaysia Mobilizes To Save Bosnia

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence


Republicans in Wonderland

by Harley Schlanger

Despite the facade of unity, there was grumbling among the ranks of the GOP, since none of the spectacle presented to the TV cameras had any bearing on the reality faced by voters in a deepening depression.

LaRouche-Bevel Slate Kicks Off in Memphis

by Marla Minnicino

Co-Author of Bush Biography: ‘This Is Not a Partisan Book’

An interview with Anton Chaitkin.

National News