Volume 20, Number 16, April 23, 1993



Lynn Adelman

by Anita Gallagher

Wisconsin State Senator Adelman will argue soon before the U.S. Supreme Court that “hate crime” laws such as Wisconsin’s are unconstitutional.


Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

Companies Are Falling Like Flies.


Tasks for the Next Decade.


Italy: Behind the Scandals, an Even Bigger Scandal

by Claudio Celani

Analyzes the strategic gameplan behind the corruption charges that are ripping Italy’s political elites apart.

How the ‘Revolution’ in Italy Unfolded

by Claudio Celani

A chronology of events.

Aldo Moro’s Prophetic Warning

by Aldo Moro


Clinton’s Budget: Forget the Rosy Scenarios

by Christopher White

Compared to the real world of deepening depression, the assumptions underlying the new budget lie somewhere on the outer edge of the galaxy, in the region where the Hubble Space Telescope is supposed to be looking for evidence of the “Big Bang.”

Nebraska ‘Citizens Hearings’ Amass Evidence of Loan Fraud in Farm Belt

Pohlad, the Liquidator

Currency Rates

How Economic Planning Worked under France’s Charles de Gaulle

by Jacques Cheminade

“We are not going to commit ourselves to the empire of liberal capitalism, and nobody can believe that we are ever going to submit to the crushing totalitarianism of communism,” said de Gaulle. The former communist states can benefit by studying the planning that took place under his administration, as Jacques Cheminade tells an audience from Russia and Ukraine.

Business Briefs


Mexico’s Economic Model: How To Destroy a Nation

by Dennis Small

Western policymakers are telling Russia and the countries of eastern Europe, “Just hang on, there will be light at the end of the tunnel. Eventually market liberalization will succeed, just as it has in Mexico.” Nothing could be further from the truth.

The ‘Mexican Economic Model,’ Wall Street’s New Potemkin Village

by Peter Rush, Carlos Cota, and Dennis Small


Zepp-LaRouche Champions Renaissance in Moscow

by Rachel Douglas

Helga Zepp-LaRouche headed a Schiller Institute delegation to Moscow, and gave a lecture on the 15th-century thinker Nicolaus of Cusa at the Russian State University of the Humanities.

Russian Media Play Up LaRouche Support of Anti-Missile Plan

War in the Caucasus Escalates as Turkey Threatens Intervention

by Konstantin George

Fujimori Proclaims Progress in War against Terrorism of Shining Path

by Carlos Méndez

Legal Assault Planned on Ibero-American Armed Forces

by Cynthia R. Rush

Asia Rejects Control by ‘Human Rights’ Mafia

by Lydia Cherry

Documentation: From statements by Thanat Khoman, the former Foreign Minister of Thailand.

Ishaq Khan Unravels Pakistan Government

by Linda de Hoyos

Ishaq Khan’s ISI and Drug Lords behind Bombay Bombing

by Ramtanu Maitra and Linda de Hoyos

India in Mega-Deals with Oman

India and Thailand Seek Better Relations

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence


Raid on ADL Offices Bares New Evidence of Spying

by Jeffrey Steinberg

San Francisco prosecutors have released over 800 pages of evidence from the ongoing probe, painting a stunning picture of criminal wrongdoing by a group that portrays itself as a civil rights agency combatting anti-Semitism and prejudice.

Will U.S. Supreme Court Abolish ‘Hate Crime’ Laws?

by Anita Gallagher

An interview with Lynn Adelman.

Pike Case: Masonic Judge Asked To Recuse Himself

Bergonzi Campaigns for ‘Verdi A’

by Nora Hamerman

In a master-class at Carnegie Hall, the legendary operatic tenor embraced the Schiller Institute’s fight to save voices and a cultural heritage.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News