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Volume 22, Number 8, February 17, 1995

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Justice, Not Vengeance.


Capital Gains Tax Cut Is a Parasites’ Paradise  

by Richard Freeman

The proposed 50% cut in the U.S. capital gains tax rate will primarily benefit those who make over $200,000 per year.

Oligarchs Dominate Italian Government  

by Claudio Celani

Will Poland Once Again Cave In to False Ideas?  

by Anna Kaczor

Poland is a target for the “Mexico treatment,” as President Lech Walesa plays the role of Cervantes’ Sancho Panza.

Why Polevanov Was Fired  

by Roman Bessonov

The fight over privatization in Russia.

Currency Rates  

Will Trade War Help Pick China’s Leader?  

by Cho Wen-pin

Draft Emergency Law for Revival of the National Economy of Mexico  

From EIR’s Spanish-language Special Report on the Mexican debt bomb.


by Roger Moore

South Africa Probes Geneva Banks.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Phil Gramm’s ‘Conservative Revolution in America’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Analyzes the Jacobin seizure of power by a populist mob, determined to obliterate the U.S. Constitution during the first 100 days of the 104th Congress.

Newt’s Jacobin Battle-Cry  

The Tofflers’ ‘Third Wave’  

Demographic Profile Typical of Ancient Societies  

by Christopher White

Von Hayek Hails the Satanist Mandeville  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

His British Lordship Spills the Beans  

by Scott Thompson

A profile of Lord William Rees-Mogg.

Kissinger’s Alliance with the British  

Why We Must Call Newt Gingrich ‘a Fascist’  

by Michael Minnicino

The historical roots of the Conservative Revolution.

The Legacy of Friedrich von Hayek: Fascism Didn’t Die with Hitler  

by Richard Freeman and Jeffrey Steinberg

Strategic Map: Mont Pelerin Society’s Fascist International  

Mont Pelerin ‘Body-Snatchers’ Are Brainwashing Your Congressman  

Dossiers on the Heritage Foundation, Reason Foundation, Cato Institute, Progress and Freedom Foundation, American Legislative Exchange Council, and National Taxpayers Union.

The Mont Pelerin ‘Enforcers’ inside the U.S. Congress  

Profiles of some of the most important congressional spokesmen for the Conservative Revolution: Phil Gramm, Newt Gingrich, Richard Armey, Bill Archer, Alfonse D’Amato, and John Kasich.

They’ve Taken Out a Contract On You!  

by Richard Freeman and Jeffrey Steinberg

Appendix: ‘Neo-Confucianism,’ Leibniz, and the Fight against the Enlightenment  

by Michael Billington


Wehrkunde Marks Deep Split Between U.S. and British  

by Rainer Apel

The war in Bosnia was the subject of most heated interchanges at the 32nd annual Wehrkunde Conference in Munich.

British Try To Sink Peru-Ecuador Peace  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The diplomacy surrounding the conflict between Peru and Ecuador has become a form of surrogate warfare between the Clinton Administration and the British.

Mexico: Zedillo Takes the Gloves Off against Zapatistas  

by Hugo López Ochoa and Cynthia R. Rush

Arrest warrants are out for the top six leaders of the Zapatista narco-terrorist insurgency.

International Intelligence  


Virginia Assembly Slaps Down ‘Conservative Revolution’  

by Marianna Wertz

The rejection of Virginia Gov. George Allen’s vicious austerity budget may be the beginning of a trend, as it dawns on voters that the politicians they elected in November are turning their budget-cutting axes against them.

Espy Special Prosecutor Puts President Clinton in His Sights  

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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