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Volume 20, Number 23, June 11, 1993

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Yale Historian Yearns for Malthusian Millennium  

by Mark Burdman

Preparing for the Twenty-First Century, by Paul Kennedy.

Conquering Autism Wins a Crucial Victory for the Human Spirit  

by Susan Ulanowsky and Philip Ulanowsky

Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic, by Donna Williams.


Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Indigenous Activism on the Rise.


On Terror.


Behind Poland’s Government Crisis: Soros and the IMF  

by Frank Hahn and William Engdahl

Since the fall of the communists in 1989, the Polish government’s economic program has followed a blueprint provided by New York financier George Soros-leading to utter disaster.

LaRouche Featured in Russian Journal  

by Rachel Douglas

The journal of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia carries an article by Prof. Taras Muranivsky, “Who is Lyndon LaRouche.”

The Cultural Meaning of the ‘Derivatives’ Market  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Only One Way Out of Bonn’s Debt Plight  

by Volker Hassmann

Currency Rates  

New Economic Plan Compounds Iran’s Woes  

by Adam East


by Marcia Merry

Bovine Tuberculosis Reappears.

Business Briefs  


Enrico Mattei, a Historical Model for Today’s Crisis  

by Nora Hamerman

The thirtieth anniversary of the tragic death of Enrico Mattei, the founder of Italy’s national hydrocarbons company ENI, was marked by an international conference in Milan. The time has come to open the Mattei file, for the sake of Italy’s future!

Mattei and the Rebirth of Italy  

by Paolo Vitali

Is Italy Still Worthy of Giants Like Mattei?  

by Dr. Marcello Colitti

Dr. Colitti is director of Ecofuel (ENI) and the author of books about oil and Enrico Mattei.

The Strategic Stakes in Mattei’s Fight  

by Nico Perrone

Nico Perrone is author of the book Mattei, il nemico italiano (Mattei, the Italian Enemy).

Thirty Years Later: Who Killed Mattei?  

by Raffaele Morini

Raffaele Morini is with the Association of Christian Partisans, in Pavia, Italy.


Assassination of Cardinal Sends a Bloody Message  

by Carlos Méndez

Cardinal Juan Jesús Posadas Ocampo of Mexico was gunned down in Guadalajara. The Salinas government says he was caught in the cross-fire in a shootout by drug traffickers; the Masons say they had nothing to do with it. Nobody believes either of them, for good reason.

Bombing in Florence: A Terrorist Attack against the Renaissance  

by Claudio Celani

The attack on the Uffizi museum was aimed at the very heart of Italy’s identity as a nation.

The Global Adversary  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Ukraine Is Becoming a Rudderless Nation  

by Konstantin George

Kosova Asks U.S. To Prevent ‘Genocide’  

by Dr. Bujar Bukoshi

An open letter to President Bill Clinton from the Kosovan Prime Minister and Foreign Minister.

Drug Legalization Again on the Agenda in Colombia  

by Javier Almario

International Intelligence  


Is the ‘Tarnoff Doctrine’ Now U.S. Strategic Policy?  

by Scott Thompson and Edward Spannaus

Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Peter Tarnoff set off a storm of controversy with his description of a U.S. policy of disengagement from world leadership responsibilities.

Senate Republicans Offer Bill To End Bosnia Embargo  

‘Cult Expert’ Kelly Jailed: Jury Convicts CAN’s Kidnapper for Hire  

Galen Kelly, a contract kidnapper associated with the Cult Awareness Network (CAN), is now facing a lengthy prison sentence.

Marian Anderson Tribute in Capital Sparking a Classical Renaissance  

by Marianna Wertz

An overflow audience came to pay tribute to the “voice of the century.”

New San Francisco ADL Spy Indictments Expected Soon  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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