Volume 21, Number 25, June 17, 1994



Lawrence Lidsky

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

A professor of nuclear engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mr. Lidsky has been promoting a cooperative effort between the United States and Russia in the field of “inherently safe” nuclear power stations of the “pebble-bed” design.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

The Virtual Reality of Bonn Politics.

Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Narco-Democracy and Apathy.

Report from Rio

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

Brazil Joins Anti-Nuclear Pact.


Fifty Years after D-Day.


The Paranoid World of the ADL Merchants of Hate

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Anti-Semitism in America, by Leonard Dinnerstein.

Some Facts, But Not the Truth

by Linda de Hoyos

Assassination of a Prime Minister—As It Happened, by S. Anandaram.

The ‘Glorious’ Colonial Subjugation of India

by Daniel Platt

The Nabobs at Home, by Michael Edwardes.

A World War I Fairy Tale from the ‘Great Game’ Historian

by Mark Burdman

Like Hidden Fire: The Plot To Bring Down the British Empire, by Peter Hopkirk.

Books Received


Smash Monetarism To Build Maglev Rail Systems

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The “Pittsburgh project” to revitalize the U.S. Great Lakes region by building magnetically levitated transportation systems, is back on the drawing boards, as interest in similar proposals grows worldwide. This time, let’s do it!

Safe, Pebble-Bed Nuclear Reactors Are Just What Russia Needs

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

An interview with Lawrence Lidsky.

U.S. Unemployment Coverup

Heated Battle Breaks Out in Germany over Drug Legalization

by Frank Müchler

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


Let Us Found a National Music Conservatory

by Marianna Wertz

The Schiller Institute sponsored a conference at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and a concert, dedicated to the late Marian Anderson. This first step toward founding a National Music Conservatory was a dialogue on the science of music among former Metropolitan Opera tenor George Shirley and other leading musicians, Lyndon LaRouche and his associates from the Schiller Institute, and the audience of 500 people.

In Music, There Is a Scientific Principle Which Ennobles the Soul

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The keynote speech to the conference.

The Classical Power of the Spiritual

by George Shirley

Remarks by George Shirley.

McFerrin, Shirley, Warfield In Concert

by Kathy Wolfe


Boutros-Ghali Outlines Agenda for Mass Death

by Joseph Brewda

The United Nations secretary general’s new “Agenda for Development” is aimed to transform the UN into a one-world dictatorship, predicated on the murder of the majority of the world’s population.

Documentation: Excerpts from the UN Development Program’s “Human Development Report 1994.”

United Nations Releases Hit-List

by Joseph Brewda

Women Against the Birth-Control War

by Gabriele Liebig

Haiti Invasion Plan Runs Into Opposition

by Valerie Rush

Russian Parties Maneuver for Presidential Race

by Konstantin Cheremnykh

London, IAEA Demand Korea Confrontation

by Kathy Wolfe

Indian Subcontinent Requires a New Confederation of Nations

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Kashmir Conflict Can Be Solved, But Not with British Involvement

by Poul Rasmussen

Meeting in Malaysia Calls for End to Genocidal Sanctions against Iraq

Documentation: Resolution of the International Conference against Economic Sanctions on Iraq, organized by Malaysian nongovernmental organizations.

EIR Editor Addresses Patriots in Paraguay

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence


Pope Urges Clinton To Defend Life, Family, Sovereignty

by Nora Hamerman

The principal focus of the meeting at the Vatican was the UN’s depopulation conference scheduled to take place in Cairo in September. A document just issued by the Pontifical Council on the Family, Instrumentum Laboris, presents a powerful refutation of the axioms of the malthusian sponsors of Cairo ’94.

Train Solicits Another Smear against LaRouche

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Wall Street investment counsellor John Train’s salon of anti-LaRouche operatives peddles its newest libels through Worth magazine.

Spannaus Takes On North in Virginia

“Don’t elect that son-of-a-Bush,” reads the candidate’s best-selling bumper sticker.

Protests Grow against the Selloff of Public Schools to Wall Street

by Suzanne Rose

House Asks Clinton To Lift Bosnia Embargo

National News