Volume 20, Number 18, May 7, 1993



Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The imprisoned statesman and economist tells why Phil Gramm is the “duck-billed platypus of the Senate.”

Laith Shubeilat

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

An Islamist and an independent member of the Jordanian Parliament, Mr. Shubeilat is one of the most popular political figures in Jordan. He was the subject of a sensational trial last autumn.

Antonio Navarro Wolff

by Cynthia R. Rush and Peter Rush

The presidential candidate of the Colombian M-19 Democratic Alliance promotes a plea-bargain for the drug cartels.

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas

by Peter Rush

The Presidential candidate of Mexico’s Revolutionary Democratic Party (PRD) is against the free trade agreement—but won’t do anything to protect Mexican industry.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Little People Face Big Depression.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

“Lula,” Another Collor in ’94?

Dateline Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

Bishops Condemn Foreign Debt.


Time Is Running Out.

National Economy

Let Us Unify Economics and Morality in Russia, Ukraine

by Prof. Taras V. Muranivsky

The rector of the Ukrainian University in Moscow, shows how the work in physical economy of several 19th- and 20th-century Russian and Ukrainian scientists is coherent with the economic concepts of Lyndon LaRouche. A presentation to a seminar of Russian and Ukrainian representatives meeting in Kiedrich, Germany.


Thurgood Marshall in His Own Words

by Sanford Roberts

Dream Makers, Dream Breakers: The World of Justice Thurgood Marshall, by Carl Rowan.

The Genealogy of Charles Manson: A Cure for ‘Sixties’ Nostalgia

by Daniel Platt

Der Fall Charles Manson, Mörder aus der Retorte (Test-Tube Murders, the Case of Charles Manson), by Carol Greene.

Books Received


Clinton’s Honeymoon with the Markets Is Over

by Christopher White

With the defeat of the President’s “economic stimulus package,” the sharks of international finance—George Soros, Jimmy Goldsmith, and company—are circling in the waters.

‘Solve the U.S. Budget Crisis with 6-8 Million New Jobs’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From the weekly radio interview “EIR’s Talks with Lyndon LaRouche.”

Russia’s Offer of SDI Cooperation Is a Chance Not To Be Lost

by Michael Liebig

Currency Rates

Dakota Farm Banks Function as Slush Fund for the Mob


by Philip Ulanowsky

Phylloxera Spreads in California Vineyards.


by John Hoefle

They’re Not Banks Any More.

Business Briefs


Fifty Years of Illegal ADL Spying on U.S. Citizens

by Jeffrey Steinberg

As officials of the Anti-Defamation League are facing imminent indictment for illegal espionage activities, EIR documents the history of two past cases of ADL spying, through archive material from congressional hearings and court documents. ADL foreign espionage didn’t start with Jonathan Jay Pollard, and ADL domestic spying didn’t start with Roy Bullock and Tom Gerard.

The Joftes Case: ADL Spying for Israel Since the 1960s

by Joseph Brewda

How the ADL Surveilled and Slandered the Wartime Congress

by Jeffrey Steinberg


Peruvian Military Insists War on Terrorism To Continue

by Valerie Rush

Tanks rolled through the streets of Lima, in a demonstration by the Armed Forces that it would not accept the efforts of the self-proclaimed international human rights lobby to smash Peruvian sovereignty and wreck the war on the Shining Path terrorists.

Russian Referendum Gives Boris Yeltsin One Last Chance

by Konstantin George

International PEN Club Sides with Serbian Genocide

by Elke Fimmen and Klaus Fimmen

A report from Dubrovnik, Croatia.

The Dubrovnik Declaration

‘Who Killed Olof Palme?’ Italian Weekly Hits Enemies of LaRouche

by Maurizio Blondet

Usurious Policies of IMF Are the Most Hideous Policies Enslaving Mankind

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

An interview with Laith Shubeilat.

News of Russian SDI Offer Hits S. America

by Cynthia R. Rush

State Dept. Grooms S. American Leftists To Be Presidents

by Peter Rush

Colombian VIP Rejects Threat from AIFLD

International Intelligence


‘Cult Awareness,’ ADL Caused Holocaust in Waco

by Harley Schlanger

The perpetrators of the disaster are scrambling to cover their tracks. Said Lyndon LaRouche, “If Clinton allows these swine—the ADL, CAN, and their friends—to get by with this, and to try to put the blame on the victims who can no longer defend themselves, then Clinton is finished.”

Pressure on Clinton To Move Against Serbia

by William Jones

‘Get LaRouche’ Travesty: Omnibus Motions Filed To Dismiss Va. Charges

Corporations and individuals associated with Lyndon LaRouche are seeking to dismiss indictments against them in the Commonwealth of Virginia, citing new evidence of massive misconduct by government officials.

Judge Denies Hearing on Omnibus Motions

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones and Carl Osgood

National News