A physical chemist and consultant in such environmental fields as stratospheric ozone, acid rain, and incineration efficiency, takes the new EPA air pollution standards to task.
The spokesman for the Utility Workers of America says Wall Street is licking its chops at the prospect of deregulating and privatizing electrical, gas, and water services.
by Mark Burdman
The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson and the French Revolution, 1785-1800, by Conor Cruise O’Brien.
by Susan Welsh
The Schools We Need And Why We Don’t Have Them, by E.D. Hirsch, Jr.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The neo-liberal cannibals at the Mont Pelerin Society took a country the size of Colorado (of comparable physical beauty), with its combined industry and intense agriculture, and turned it into a nightmare of poverty, unemployment, and import-dependence. In short, the perfect British Empire colony.
by Allen Douglas
A profile of the disciples of The Road to Serfdom.
An analysis of the graphics assembled by the Citizens Electoral Council, whose statistics don’t lie.
by Allen Douglas and Michael J. Sharp
Cartels push “land rights” scam.
by Rainer Apel
A closer look into the Zaire genocide.
Now, as then.
by William Engdahl
Political upheavals in France and Germany against this European form of IMF conditionalities will either lead to Maastricht being scrapped, or to a “Camembert version”—soft and stinky.
by Gerardo Terán and Gonzalo Huertas
In seven years as President, the “reforms” imposed by Carlos Menem turned a $60 billion foreign debt into $160 billion, all under International Monetary Fund tutelage.
by Colin Lowry
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
We are heading for a new round of panic in the financial markets, forecasts Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Whether this is “The Big One,” or not, the financial Titanic is sinking. LaRouche chronicles his authority in forecasting the bankruptcy of the international monetary system, urging that governments adopt his policies for drastic action, lest the sinking ship take us down with it.
by Christine Bierre
The overwhelming vote for the left coalition of Lionel Jospin was not a vote of confidence, but a warning: If he doesn’t keep his promise to create jobs, he will end up, at best, as France’s Tony Blair, at worst, a stalking horse for fascist Jean Marie Le Pen.
by Mary Burdman
Prime Minister Li Peng toured Zambia, Mozambique, Gabon, Cameroon, Nigeria, and Tanzania.
by Jozef Pawelec
A guest commentary by Col. Jozef Pawelec (ret.).
by Mark Burdman
Will the new Labour prime minister crucify Britons for the free market, or just wash his hands while Her Majesty does it?
by David Ramonet
George Bush’s friends in both the Moonies and the Gnostic churches are in trouble.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
At the Oklahoma City bombing trial, the evidence was suppressed which would have shown that Timothy McVeigh (and Terry Nichols, whose trial will occur later this year) could not possibly have acted alone, as the prosecution contends they did. In the rush for revenge, the search for truth was thrown out the window—and U.S. national security remains in jeopardy.
by Marianna Wertz
Four AFL-CIO unions are holding a conference inWashington, D.C. to mobilize opposition to the deregulation of the utility industry.