Volume 22, Number 33, August 18, 1995



Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The well-known economist has also launched his 1996 U.S. Presidential campaign.

Serbian Resistance Fighters

by Umberto Pascali

Mrs. Vera Tatic, Istvan Webel, Tajti Tibor, and other leaders of the Serbian Center for Anti-War Action, work to help those who do not want to be swallowed up by Milosevic’s war machine.

David Howell

The chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the British House of Commons admits London is working to split the U.S. from China.


Labor in Focus

by Anton Chaitkin

AFL-CIO Insurgents Gear Up “Militancy.”


What They Are Really Worrying About?

Strategic Studies

Hiroshima: Hamlet Bombs Out

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A commentary by Lyndon H. LaRouche released on Aug. 7, 1995, pulls the veil off London-directed games in the Pacific Theater—past and present.

Lying Media Shape Hiroshima ‘Debate’

by Paul Goldstein

The media circus around the 50th anniversary, is aimed at manipulating a passive audience into accepting one of two choices— support for or opposition to “The Bomb”—with the truth buried by the emotional rubble.

Science & Technology

Sonoluminescence: Sound Science Makes Light Work

by Mark Wilsey

A new phenomenon, in which tiny bubbles created in a liquid using ultrasound, will emit light, opens up an exciting “new window” in basic research.

Federal Funding Falls to Partisan Posturing


The Crisis in Local Finance: Orange County Was No Lemon

by Marcia Merry Baker

Hearings on July 26-27, in the Subcommittee for Capital Markets, Securities, and Government Sponsored Enterprises of the House Banking Committee in Washington, D.C., showed a national debt crisis occurring at the local level, where, among other reality checks, you can’t print money to paper over the crisis.

Currency Rates

Vultures Set To Make Killing off Food Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Some pointed observations.

Telecomm ‘Reform’ Bill a Boon for Murdoch

by William Jones and Jeffrey Steinberg

Not more economic freedom, folks—more cartelization of the entertainment and telecommunications business.

New Hamilton Book Revives Old Ally To Fight Pro-British Brazilian Oligarchs

by Silvia Palacios

The first Portuguese translation of the 1791 “Report on the Subject of Manufactures” is published.

Business Briefs


Dope, Inc. Stooges Going Down in the Caribbean

by Dennis Small

The Aug. 6 arrest of Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela, number-two man in the Cali Cartel, is the latest in a series of events that show a strategic shift under way.

Colombia: Samper Forced To Jail His Narco Financiers

Alfonso López Michelsen

César Gaviria Trujillo

Mexico: Drug Trade Boomed in Bush-Salinas ‘Miracle’

by Carlos Méndez

Carlos Salinas de Gortari

Venezuela: The Dope Bankers Are On the Run

by David Ramonet

Carlos Andrés Pérez

Gustavo Cisneros

Clinton Broke Bush’s Deals with Drug Cartel

by Jeffrey Steinberg

And the cases of Archer Daniels Midland and Luigi Einaudi.

Is Luigi Einaudi the Michael Abbell of the State Department?

ADM Probe Marks Clinton Crackdown on Bush, Brits

by Scott Thompson

London Sows Chaos in the Caribbean

by Gretchen Small

‘Human Rights Cartel’ Targets the Military

by Gretchen Small

LaRouche versus Dope, Inc.


Bosnia and Croatia Upgrade Their Alliance

by Umberto Pascali

The liberation of the self-styled Serbian Republic of Krajina is a turning point in the war.

Serbian Resistance Fighters: Milosevic Regime Can Be Defeated

by Umberto Pascali

U.S.A. Has One-China Policy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Kissinger Plays Double Game with China

by Kathy Wolfe

The Harry Wu Provocation

British Set Up U.S.-China Crisis

A chronology of events since January 1994 shows how the British set up the U.S.-China crisis.

London Is Working To Split U.S., China

An interview with David Howell, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the British House of Commons.

Palmerston Crowd Tightens the Screws on Pakistan

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Geopol Chief Hafner Goes to Jail

by Dean Andromidas

International Intelligence


Fissures in the Ranks Wreak Havoc on Conservative Agenda

by William Jones

The “steamroller” of House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) has begun to sputter.

School ‘Privatizers’ Caught in New Scam

by Charles Tuttle

Is the Unabomber’s Skin Green?

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Investigator Barry Clausen has revealed that two of the serial killer’s latest victims were among the top three names on a target list of 11, printed in a 1990 underground newspaper distributed by members of “Earth First!”

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones and Carl Osgood

National News