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Volume 19, Number 35, September 4, 1992

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Book Reviews

Cheikh Anta Diop: A Visionary Who Wanted Fusion Power for Africa  

by Lawrence Freeman

Black Africa: The Economic and Cultural Basis for a Federated State, by Cheikh Anta Diop.

Sri Lanka: Shedding Light, Casting Shadow  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Only Man Is Vile: The Tragedy of Sri Lanka, by William McGowan.

Morris Dees: The Paradox of a ‘Klan-Watcher’  

by George Canning

A Season for Justice, by Morris Dees with Steve Fiffer.


Africa Report  

by Christine Bierre

Stock Markets for Africa.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Right-Wing Terrorism-Déjà Vu?

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Bush’s Boy Barletta and Drugs.


The Shame of America.


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 2.


Dollar in Free Fall; World Financial Institutions Quake  

by John Hoefle and Marcia Merry

The standard rescue operations launched by the central banks didn’t work this time, as the dollar continued its decline. We are seeing now what Lyndon LaRouche forecast as “the most dramatic changes in configurations of power and posture in the entire postwar period.”

Scandinavian Insurance Crisis Fueled by ‘Reaganomics’  

by Poul Rasmussen

Currency Rates  

Bankers Squeeze Italy, Remind Some of 1922  

by Leonardo Servadio

Australia’s Budget: More of the Same  

by Don Veitch

New Shock Program in Venezuela Threatens More Social Explosions  

by Alfonso Rodriguez

Wang, Baby Bells Lead in Job Losses  

by Anthony K. Wikrent


by Rosa Tennenbaum and Suzanne Rose

European Farmers Take to the Streets.

Biotech Gimmicks for Free Trade  

by Marcia Merry

Business Briefs  


Bush Sees ‘No Genocide’ in Bosnia, as Death Toll Rises  

by Joseph Brewda

By continuing its “even-handed” policy, with an arms blockade against all parties in the war, the United Nations is effectively serving the well-armed Serbia, in its campaign to exterminate its Bosnian neighbors. Joseph Brewda reports.

A History of Lies about Serbian Genocide  

EIR Exposed the Drive to Balkan War  


Anglo-Americans Maneuver To Control Brazilian Crisis  

by Cynthia R. Rush

With Brazil’s enormous economy and strategic importance, the corruption scandal involving President Collor jeopardizes the free market economic policies which have been the cornerstone of Collor’s government, as well as those of other nations. London and Washington are scrambling.

Meeting of Italian Mass Movement Told To ‘Free and Elect LaRouche’  

U.S. civil rights leader Amelia Boynton Robinson, winner of the Martin Luther King Freedom Medal, addressed 2,000 participants in the annual meeting of Communion and Liberation in Rimini, Italy.

Mafia-Gelli Ties Would Implicate U.S.  

by Leonardo Servadio

The Serbian Army Must Be Stopped  

by Davos Stier

A guest commentary by Davos Stier, correspondent for Radio Croatia in Argentina.

Georgian Troops Move into Abkhazia  

by Konstantin George

‘Khalistan, Inc.’ Suffers Heavy Losses  

by Ramtanu Maitra

India and Pakistan Agree To Hold Talks on Kashmir Issue  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Modern Irregular War and European Security  

by Roberto A. Marcacci

Security expert Roberto A. Marcacci spoke to an EIR seminar in Germany.

International Intelligence  


Death Stalks California; Will Your Family Be Next?  

by Brian Lantz

Voters are considering two hideous new ballot initiatives: one to legalize physician-assisted murder, and the other to slash public assistance.

Hurricane Andrew Exposes Bankruptcy of U.S. Policy, Says Candidate LaRouche  

Bring Some Sanity to Environmental Policy  

Citizen Candidates Run for Office on LaRouche Program  

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

He’s B-a-a-ck—Maybe.

National News  

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