by Anno Hellenbroich
Verirrt—Mein Leben in einer radikalen Politorganisation (Run Astray-My Life in a Radical Political Organization), by Aglaja Beyes-Corleis.
by Rainer Apel
Communists Wave “Anti-Fascist” Flag.
by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino
“Lula” Program Shocks Brazilians.
by Michael Ericson
Politically Correct Science Panics.
Our Unique Authority.
by Christopher White
Gonzalez blasted derivatives as “an electronic Ponzi scheme” that is going to cause us real damage, and called for a 0.1% tax to curb such transactions. It’s definitely a step in the right direction.
by Cho Wen-pin
by Lydia Cherry
Gen. Sani Abacha says Nigeria won’t apply the IMF’s Structural Adjustment Program, as officials say, “We are not a colony of the World Bank.”
by Peter Rush
by Rogelio A. Maduro
Hoaxsters Declare War on Venezuela.
by Paul Gallagher
The malthusians are promoting a program to reduce the world’s population by 80% during the 21st century—a scale of genocide worse than Adolf Hitler’s.
by Pope John Paul II
by Torbjoern Jerlerup
Reports from Stockholm on the true history of the “Nordic UN Project.”
by Gretchen Small
It is truly amazing how quickly the U.S. ambassador and the British press pronounced that the murder was the work of a “lone assassin.” Nothing could be further from the truth.
by Joseph Brewda
by Leonardo Servadio
Our correspondent from Milan shows how history is repeating itself today, with the collapse of the First Italian Republic creating the conditions for the emergence of a new fascism.
by Paolo Raimondi
by Carlos Wesley
by Dr. Arturo Frondizi
The former President of Argentina addresses the Second Conference of the Federation for World Peace.
by Lawrence Eyong-Echaw
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The Foreword by Lyndon LaRouche to a booklet, “Assault on the Presidency,” soon to be published by A LaRouche Exploratory Committee: Committee to Reverse the Accelerating Global Economic & Strategic Crisis.
by Scott Thompson
A profile of Sunday Telegraph scribbler Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.
by Harley Schlanger
by Suzanne Rose
In our March 25 issue, the ambassador of Somalia to India, Mohamed Osman Omar, is misidentified as “Dr. Osman” on pages 16-17. In the interview with Mr. Osman Omar on p. 25, a typographical error conveyed an error of fact: Siad Barre is now somewhere in Nigeria, not Niger.
In our issue of April 1, the quote from William Butler Yeats on p. 66 should read, “Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,” instead of “Near anarchy....”