Volume 27, Number 24, June 16, 2000



Dr. Simbi V. Mubako

Dr. Mubako, the Zimbabwe Ambassador to the United States, discusses the history and current status of the controversy over land ownership.

Dr. Emerita T. Gueson

Dr. Gueson, a Philadelphia gynecologist, is a fervent advocate of patients’ rights. She is presently on the medical staff of Holy Redeemer and Nazareth Hospitals.

Book Reviews

‘Starr’s Stenographers’ and the Conspiracy To Destroy the President

by Edward Spannaus

Truth at Any Cost: Ken Starr and the Unmaking of Bill Clinton, by Susan Schmidt and Michael Weisskopf; The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton, by Joe Conason and Gene Lyons.


Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick

Land Rights Threaten Sovereignty.


When the Blind Lead the Blind.


Regional Organization under a New Bretton Woods  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. reviews current prospects for world monetary reform.

BIS Warns of Stock Market Crash

by Lothar Komp

Those who are familiar with the traditionally sober evaluations of the BIS, will be astonished at the clarity with which the sources of danger for the world financial system are called by their real names.

BIS Alarm Bells: Big News in Europe, Blackout in U.S.

The BIS Issues a Warning, But It Doesn’t Have the Solution  

by John Hoefle

The crisis is far bigger than the BIS so far admits.

Time Is Running Out for the Russian Economy

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Russian economist Sergei Glazyev warns that, contrary to some people’s euphoric claims about an “economic miracle,” national production is falling.

LaRouche’s Ideas Taken Up at Russian Academy Seminar

Europe Is Entering Post-Maastricht Era

by Rainer Apel

Armenian Infrastructure Fire-Sale Is Blocked

by Vigen Hagobian

Business Briefs


The World on the Brink of the Great Financial Crash

Proceedings of the historic Schiller Institute-ICLC international conference in Bad Schwalbach, Germany.

‘Now Is the Best Time To Be Alive’

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, an Executive Committee member of the International Caucus of Labor Committees, opened the conference.

U.S. Civil Rights: The Fight Goes On

by Amelia Boynton Robinson

Amelia Boynton Robinson, the heroine of the American civil rights movement, recounts the battle for the Voting Rights Act, and how that battle shapes up today.

The Terminal Phase of the Financial Crisis

by Michael Liebig

Michael Liebig, an Executive Committee member of the International Caucus of Labor Committees, introduced the conference panel on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jean Monnet, and the precursors of LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods reconstruction program.

FDR’s ‘New Deal’: An Example of American System Economics  

by Hartmut Cramer

“Contrary to all lies about Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s ‘New Deal’—and there are many of these flying around, especially here in Europe—it was a very good, though by no means perfect, example of the American System of economics.”

FDR and Jean Monnet: The Battle vs. British Imperial Methods Can Be Won  

by Jacques Cheminade

“This is the history of the ‘Victory Program,’ and of a small man, who was one of the great men of the past century, Jean Monnet.”


Desperate London, Wall Street Plan Next Stage in Peru Assault

by Cynthia R. Rush

Those London and Wall Street interests which want Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori out of power, to move forward with their strategy to make Peru a “narco-republic,” are in trouble.

LaRouche Urges Peru: ‘Take a Firm Position and Stick It Out’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Peru’s Gente magazine, and the interview was published under the headline “Lyndon LaRouche Warns of a Major Financial Crisis in the U.S., and Asserts that ‘Assassinations Are Not Impossible.’”

The ‘Iran-Contra’ Crew behind Gustavo Gorriti

by Carlos Wesley

Zimbabwe Acts To Resolve the Issue of Land Ownership

An interview with Zimbabwe Ambassador Dr. Simbi V. Mubako.

Sino-Indian Relations Get a Big Boost

by Ramtanu Maitra

A look at Indian President K.R. Narayanan’s recent visit to China.


Gore’s Theft of LaRouche Vote Provokes a Backlash

by Michele Steinberg

The Arkansas case is only one illustration of Gore’s desperate behavior, which has turned the U.S. election into a fascist exercise, and which has international voices and loyal Democrats expressing their disgust with the unelectable Gore.

Dr. Emerita Gueson: Stop the ‘Holocaust’ of Managed Care

by Marianna Wertz

In an interview and in excerpts from her books, Dr. Gueson documents that HMOs are killing people.

U.S. Ambassador to China Assesses Situation in Wake of Trade Vote

by William Jones

The Clinton-Putin Summit: Another Missed Opportunity

by William Jones

U.S. Supreme Court Slaps Down Starr in Hubbell Indictment

by Edward Spannaus

National News