by Paul Gallagher
The Cheney-Bush plan for privatizing the U.S. Social Security system to benefit Wall Street, is—by Bush’s own account—modelled on the Pinochet dictatorship’s pension privatization in Chile in 1981. That program was designed by “the Chicago Boys,” under George Shultz.
by Cynthia R. Rush
An interview with Arturo Martínez.
by Manuel Riesco
A guest commentary by Manuel Riesco of the Center of National Studies of Alternative Development, in Santiago, Chile.
by Dennis Small and Cynthia R. Rush
Reprinted from EIR, July 21, 1995.
by Richard Freeman
by L. Wolfe
by Michael Billington
The U.S.-orchestrated coup which overthrew the government of Philippines’ President Ferdinand Marcos in 1986 was a classic case study of what John Perkins describes in his book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, as the post-World War II preferred method of imposing colonial control under another name.
by Gretchen Small
The collaboration between Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and Mexican President José López Portillo (1977-82) posed a potentially mortal threat to the synarchist bankers internationally.
by Edward Spannaus
Since Lyndon LaRouche on Nov. 9 called for prosecutions of those who engaged in vote suppression, as violations of the Voting Rights Act, the fight against the theft of the Nov. 2 elections has exploded, reflecting a revived sense of combativity within the Democratic Party.
Documentation: State Electoral College resolutions against voter suppression; testimony to Congress by LaRouche spokeswoman Debra Hanania Freeman; the intervention of Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) and 11 other Congressmen, demanding that Ohio Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell stop “stonewalling” over the Election Day violations of voters’ rights; and an Ohio voters’ lawsuit to stop the certification of George W. Bush as President.
by William Jones
A report on a Washington conference provocatively titled “Ukraine’s Choice: Europe or Russia?” sponsored by the New Atlantic Initiative.
by Carl Osgood
by Mary Burdman
The disastrous financial losses suffered by China Aviation Oil in Singapore, from speculation on oil price derivatives, have set alarms ringing in China.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The escalating guerrilla warfare against the occupation forces has created a situation under which nationwide polls that would be trusted by the population cannot be held.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
The International Rescue Committee documents that the worst case of genocide anywhere on the planet is occurring in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The president of Chile’s largest labor federation, the Unified Labor Federation, has a blunt warning for the U.S. Congress.
Without New Concepts, Labor Will Lose.