Volume 20, Number 2, January 8, 1993



Lyndon LaRouche

The economist and statesman speaks from his prison cell on the deadly disease of “political correctness,” the crisis in Russia, and what to do to solve the world economic depression.

Lawrence Klein

The former director of Wharton Econometric Forecasting at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and now professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Klein was recently hired as chief economic adviser to the State Planning Commission of the People’s Republic of China.


Liberal Democracy and the End of Mankind

by Mark Burdman

The End of History and the Last Man, by Francis Fukuyama.

Strategic Studies

Qin Shi-huang, Klein, and the Destruction of China

by Michael Billington

The P.R.C. government’s announcement of a new annual festival, dedicated to the most infamous tyrant of Chinese history, is equivalent to holding a festival in the West in honor of the Roman Emperor Caligula. Not coincidentally, it coincides with strengthened ties to U.S. economist Lawrence Klein. Michael Billington reports.

China ‘Economic Czar’: Don’t Develop Quickly

An interview with Lawrence Klein.

Profile: Lawrence Klein


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Blue Overalls, Not Blue Helmets.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

The End of the Collor Farce.

Andean Report

by Gretchen Small

Shining Path Steps Up War in Peru.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

POWs Score Prelate’s “Complicit Silence.”


Cold Turkey.


Bankers Push Forbearance To Keep Debt Bubble Afloat

by John Hoefle

The con job by the banks to save themselves by further looting the economy and the public, is being presented not as the thievery and fraud that it is, but as an attempt to stimulate the “recovery.”

Gaidar Is Out, But His Policies Remain

by Denise Henderson

Return to Fundamentals of Production-Based Economics

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche.

Keynes’s Fascism with a British Face

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Warns the patriots of eastern Europe and the Third World not to fall for fascist economics in Keynesian disguise.

In Memoriam: Minoru Toyoda

Currency Rates

Vatican’s Cardinal Sodano Backs Neoliberal Economics

by Carlos Méndez

Transport Associations Attempt To Head Off Clinton Retreat

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The President-elect has already begun to backpedal from the centerpiece of his economic stimulus program: a $20 billion increase in spending on U.S. physical infrastructure.


by Nigel Gleeson

Australian Farmers Fight Back.

Business Briefs


Anglo-Americans Fostering Nazi Revival in Germany

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Nazi revival would not be occurring except for a sweeping destabilization of Germany by the same British, American (and, now, Israeli and Zionist lobby) factions, which earlier supported the rise of Adolf Hitler to power in 1933.

Antifascists vs. Anti-Antifascists: The ‘Strategy of Tension’

by Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi

ADL Creates Ku Klux Klan and Nazi Chaos in Germany

by Scott Thompson


Beijing and Moscow Enter a ‘New Era’ in Relations

by Linda de Hoyos

Boris Yeltsin’s visit to China, and the array of agreements signed there in all areas, point up the abject failure of Anglo-American policy toward the East.

Russian General Tells the Truth: From the Sellout of Bosnia to the Maelstrom of World War III

by Katherine Kanter

Inter-American Dialogue ‘Sharpens Dagger’ against National Sovereignty

by Gretchen Small

Documentation: Excerpts from Convergence and Community: The Americas in 1993.

The Dr. Alvarez Machaín Case: Thornburgh’s Kidnapers Knew It Was Wrong Man

by Andrea Olivieri

International Intelligence


Bush Pardons ‘Political’ Targets—But Not LaRouche

by Jeffrey Steinberg

If Bush were truly concerned, as he says he is, about “criminalization of policy differences,” he would have granted executive clemency to Lyndon LaRouche. Instead, observers are asking whether Bush will pardon himself next.

Corrupt Judge Fixes Acquittal of ‘Kidnapers, Inc.’ Gang in Virginia

Congress Continues BNL Probe Despite Justice Department Coverup

by Edward Spannaus

U.S. Family Farmers Tell Story of Usury and Human Rights Violations

by Suzanne Rose

A report from the Dakotas on public hearings conducted by.a Schiller Institute committee headed by retired Washington State Supreme Court Justice William C. Goodloe.

National News