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Volume 22, Number 45, November 10, 1995
U.S. national security officials are deluding themselves that "democracy" is spreading in Ibero-America and the terrorists are laying down their arms. In reality, the new virus of separatist-terrorism is even more deadly than what preceded it.
Including: Workers Party goes to court against the MSIA.
Report from Bonn
The truth about Barschelfinally.
A real development plan is needed.
Will consumer debt trip up
shaky financial markets?
Americans have borrowed heavily to compensate for falling real incomes. Now, increasing numbers are unable to pay their borrowings back. And that threatens to unravel certain parts of the financial derivatives markets, such as "asset-backed securities."
'No' vote in Quebec won't stop balkanization
The British Crown has manipulated the population of Canada to create a destabilization with strategic implications for the whole North American continent.
Uganda invades Sudan to prop up insurgents
New labor leader: Defeat
the Conservative Revolution
Together with the Million Man March on Oct. 16, the ouster of Lane Kirkland from heading the U.S. labor movement could help move toward restoring the kind of constituency coalition that supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Lord William Rees-Mogg revs up
'Fostergate' against Clintons
LaRouche rebuts Defense Department's
Strategy for the Americas
Leveraging defense assets for the promotion of "democracy" and "open markets" must be the core of national security policy, says the DOD. Nonsense! "Up to this time," LaRouche writes in a recently released campaign paper, "democracy is no longer possible in Africa, nor Asia, nor Central and South America, nor in the former Soviet Union, and will not long continue, even vestigially, inside the United States itselfwithout early and drastic reversal of policies typified by House Speaker Newt Gingrich's 'Contract on America.' "