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Volume 22, Number 39, September 29, 1995

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Mirko Pejanovic  

by Umberto Pascali

Dr. Pejanovic is the president of the Serb Civic Council in Bosnia.

Dr. Josef Miklosko  

by Nina Ogden

Dr. Miklosko, the former Deputy Prime Minister of post-communist Czecho-Slovakia, recently toured the United States.

Book Reviews

Newt Gingrich: Can He Tell Fact from Fiction?  

by Nancy Spannaus

Reviews To Renew America, by Newt Gingrich, and 1945, by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen.

National Economy

Seminar Poses Democratic Solution for Algeria  

by Dean Andromidas

On Sept. 11, the Center for Maghreb Studies in London organized a seminar at the School for Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Among the speakers were the Schiller Institute’s Jacques Cheminade and Muriel Mirak-Weissbach.

Algeria at the Crossroads  

by Dr. Abdelhamid Brahimi

From the address to the seminar by Dr. Abdelhamid Brahimi, director general of the Institute for Maghreb Studies and a former prime minister of Algeria.


Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Vale do Rio Doce Offered to Olympus.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

No Future for German Aerospace?


The Issue Is International Terrorism.


Mexicans from 100 Cities Demand Break with IMF  

by Valerie Rush

Across Mexico on Sept. 13-14, a coalition of largely grass-roots organizations convoked its “100 Cities National Mobilization” to demand a total reorganization of the bankrupt monetary system, and the adoption of pro-growth economic policies like those proposed by Lyndon LaRouche.

The Economic Relations between de Gaulle and Kennedy  

by Jacques Cheminade

Outlines how the propensities of de Gaulle and Kennedy are still shaping history.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  


The Mighty German Economy: Why Is It Failing Now?  

by Susan Welsh and Lothar Komp

The breakdown of Germany’s “miracle” is the result of the abandonment of the methods of national banking, which directed credit to industrial development to rebuild the shattered economy after World War II.

Germany’s Physical Economy in Worst Crisis Since World War II  

by Lothar Komp

Applies the LaRouche-Riemann method to a study of Germany’s real productive powers. The relative expenditure of goods for unproductive households, enterprises, and government nearly doubled between 1960 and 1992, while the “free energy,” available for improvement and expansion of the productive apparatus, has undergone a frightening decline.


London Is Riding Full Tilt Against Sudan  

by Linda de Hoyos

Pulling every string they can find, London is determined to bring down the Sudanese government.

Chirac Takes His Policies Straight to the French  

Mladic, Karadzic Do Not Represent the Serbian People  

by Umberto Pascali

An interview with Mirko Pejanovic.

We Must Obey the Encyclicals, Not the Policies of the IMF  

by Nina Ogden

An interview with Dr. Josef Miklosko.

Sweden’s Election a Blow to Maastricht  

by Lotta-Stina Thronell

The revolt against supranational institutions has created a political vacuum.

International Intelligence  


GOP ‘Shays’ Rebellion’ Courts Treasury Default  

by Webster G. Tarpley and Carl Osgood

The 1786 rebellion in Massachusetts around the issues of debt and taxation was a British effort to destabilize the new American republic. Today, the GOP leadership has launched a similar campaign, to render the U.S. federal government impotent.

Sinn Féin Leader in U.S. To Promote Peace  

by William Jones

Gerry Adams warns a Washington audience that the mood in Ireland is growing less hopeful.

Ruby Ridge Hearings Expose Former LaRouche Prosecutor  

by Edward Spannaus

Henry Hudson, who bragged, “I live to put people in jail,” might be headed there himself.

FBI Embroiled in Crime Lab Scandal  

by Leo Scanlon

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones and Carl Osgood

National News  

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