Volume 19, Number 39, October 2, 1992



Sir Teddy Taylor

A Conservative Member of Parliament takes the John Major government to task for seeking scapegoats abroad for the humiliation of the pound sterling.

Rev. James Bevel

by Mel Klenetsky

A leader of the civil rights movement, Reverend Bevel is now the vice presidential running-mate of independent presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

A Change in Monetary Policies?

Andean Report

by Carlos Méndez

Clamor Grows for CAP’s Resignation.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Asia Watch in Bed with Naxalites.


Soviet Justice from American Courts.

Political Economy

What Went Wrong with East Germany’s Economy?

by William Engdahl

The assassination of two of the Bonn government’s most competent economic policy strategists, Alfred Herrhausen and Detlev Rohwedder, had a disastrous effect, as the Anglophile free-traders moved in. Will the lessons be learned before it is too late?


On IMF ‘Titanic,’ a Scramble for the Best Deck Chairs

by William Jones

The International Monetary Fund’s director says the chaos on the world financial markets is a sign of the “remarkable resilience” of the monetary system. Meanwhile, the bankers and heads of state continue their suicidal replay of 1931.

Currency Chaos Reigns; Experts Talk Stability

by Marcia Merry

MP Says Britain Is ‘in a Terrible Mess’

by Mark Burdman

Russians Lose Patience with IMF’s Boy Gaidar

by Konstantin George

In Hungary, Opposition Targets the International Monetary Fund

by Birgitt Vitt

Currency Rates

‘Global 2000’ Gang Calls for Genocide against China and India

by Kathy Wolfe and L. Wolfe

Gear Up Construction Equipment Industry with LaRouche Program

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Farm Groups Flub Chance To Nix NAFTA

by Suzanne Rose

Documentation: Testimony before the House Agriculture Committee by Sue Atkinson, candidate for Senate in Iowa and a Food for Peace activist.


by Rosa Tennenbaum

Farmers Rally on German-Polish Border.

Business Briefs


LaRouche-Bevel Campaign Brings a Message of Hope

by Mel Klenetsky

Rev. James Bevel, who was one of the top lieutenants of Dr. Martin Luther King, explains why he is campaigning as the vice presidential running-mate of independent presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche. “Any American,” he says, “black or white or indigenous, who does not join this revolution, will stand on the side five years up the road being ashamed of themselves for allowing the greatest revolution to take place right in their midst, and themselves too cowardly to join in it.”

A Christian Soldier Who Fights Without Violence

A profile of Rev. James Bevel.


Non-Victory in France’s Maastricht Referendum

by Christine Bierre and Volcker Hassmann

The slim victory for the partisans of the treaty creates a situation of maximum instability. The treaty itself is kaput, but the monetarist arguments that define Maastricht’s outlook define economic thinking at the top of nearly every government.

Capture of Guzmán Could End Shining Path, Despite Bush’s Support

by Luis Vásquez Medina

Shining Path’s Operatives Abroad

Envoy Warns of Genocide in Bosnia

Jordan’s Laith Shubeilat Framed Up as Anglo-Americans Drive for War

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Demand Freedom for Laith Shubeilat

An international appeal by the Schiller Institute.

U.N. Wants To Help Trees, Not Refugees

by Joyce Fredman

Western Governments Offer Somalia U.N. Trusteeship, But Not Food

by Uwe Friesecke and Linda de Hoyos

Philip Morris, Drugs and Organized Crime

by Roger Moore

International Intelligence


Kissinger Under Fire on POW Scandal; the End of an Era?

by Edward Spannaus

Kissinger railed against “talk of conspiracy extending through five administrations,” concerning U.S. jettisoning of prisoners of war in Vietnam and Laos. Exactly, Henry.

A ‘Post-Industrial’ Descent into Hell

by H. Graham Lowry

The Lessons of Abraham Lincoln: ‘We Cannot Escape History’

by Rochelle Ascher

Ascher documents the sweeping reorganization of the U.S. economy along American System principles that was carried out by President Lincoln and his associates.

Elephants & Donkeys

by Katherine Notley

Clinton-Gore Currying Green, White Votes.

Eye on Washington

Howard Forum Targets ADL.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News