by Marcia Merry Baker
Administration actions amount to both a denial of the nature of the disease threat, and a re-play of the deregulation ideology of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the original Mad Cow, whose administration was associated with the outbreak and spread of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).
An interview with Colin Lowry.
by Dennis Small and Cynthia R. Rush
by Richard Freeman
by Paul Gallagher
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche addresses a conference of supporters in Australia.
by Michael Liebig
by Claudio Celani
by Mary Burdman
by Birgit Vitt
by Marsha Freeman
Scientists have long thought that there was once water on the surface of Mars, based on orbital photographs. Now they have on.the-ground proof.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
LaRouche warns President Bush not to fall into the Synarchists’ trap, with respect to the murderous railway bombings in Spain on March 11.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The interim agreement for Iraq was a “dead letter” as soon as it was signed.
by Dean Andromidas
by Katherine Kanter
France’s chief of the political police managed to stay on top from the period of the Revolutionary Terror, through Napoleon’s empire, and on into the regime of King Louis XVII. The character of the French people has yet to recover from the effects of his violence and depravity.
by Nancy Spannaus
“People think the primary campaign is over,” said Lyndon LaRouche at a Kentucky campaign press conference. “It’s not over. It’s not even close to ending. Because the issues which are going to decide what happens in the election are not decided, and Kerry has not decided what his program is.”
by Anton Chaitkin
by Michele Steinberg
by Edward Spannaus
“Dear Colleague” letters circulating in Congress.
by Carl Osgood
A cell biologist and Associate Editor of 21st Century Science & Technology magazine discusses the danger of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, and the little-known science of prions.
by Rainer Apel
What Would Cause a Reality-Shift?
by Robert Barwick
The Battle Among the Democrats.
In last week’s issue, the interview with Lyndon LaRouche on Argentine radio contained a typographical error on p. 15. LaRouche referred to the Synarchists’ operations “with Hitler, Mussolini, and Franco”—not “and France.”