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Volume 13, Number 39, October 3, 1986

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Departments

Africa Report  

by Mary Lalevée

The World Bank Markets Genocide.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Reluctance in the War on Terrorism.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

The Buddhist Factor in Sri Lanka.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Televisa and Presidential Hopefuls.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

To Spray or Not To Spray

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Moscow Loves Brazil.

Editorial  

DuPont and American Law.

Interviews

Interview: George Cavin  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

A retired U.S. Department of Agriculture entomologist, recently in Mali as part of a U.S. Agency for International Development team, describes the effort to stamp out the locust plague.

Operation Juárez

Ibero-America’s Debt: It’s 95% Illegitimate  

The fifth installment of the book that is making headlines in Mexico, Venezuela, and Panama, Ibero-American integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000. EIR’s exclusive English serialization begins Chapter 2.

Science & Technology

Fusion Reactor Technology  

by Dr. V.K. Rohatgi

The concluding part of Dr. V.K. Rohatgi’s overview of the state of fusion research and the requirements for fusion reactor construction.

Economics

IMF in Brawl over Future of Dollar Empire  

by David Goldman

If the Germans and Japanese agree to America’s terms, a generalized financial collapse will likely be postponed until sometime in 1987. Otherwise ...

Cocaine Production Far Exceeds U.S. Government’s Calculations  

by Ricardo Martín

A unique study by former Peruvian special prosecutor Ricardo Martín.

Locust Disaster: Schiller Institute: Africa Needs More Big-Plane Spraying  

Currency Rates  

Isolate AIDS Ill, Says M.D. in Norway  

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

The New Class of Farmer-Paupers.

Banking  

Texas Banks Ready To Crash.

Medicine  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Drug May Help Some AIDS Patients.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Dealing with the Russians’ Decisive Cultural Inferiority  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Suppose that over the relatively short term ahead, a peace-through-strength posture by the U.S.A. and its collaborators, has halted the Soviet empire’s active aggression. How can we win irregular warfare against that empire? Lyndon LaRouche answers in a major new policy paper: “Exclusive emphasis upon methods of internal subversion of nations falling into the classes of Russia or mainland China, can not lead to a net success. Only by inducing a crisis of felt cultural inferiority within such nations, can the conditions for the needed cultural shift be induced.”

International

Reagan Shakes Soviet Leaders with Proposal To Share SDI  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

In his UN speech, the President reported publicly that the cornerstone of the American proposals is joint U.S-Soviet deployment of a strategic defense system that would protect both countries and their allies from nuclear attack.

France Rallies Support against Soviet-Sponsored Terrorism  

by Thierry Lalevée

Terror Command Ran Danish House Riots  

by Poul Rasmussen and William Engdahl

An exclusive report from Copenhagen.

Alan García: ‘Peru’s Terrorists Are the Anti-Christ’  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Venice Plays Host to ‘the Third Rome’  

by Mark Burdman and Rachel Douglas

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche Presidential Landslide Projected  

by Patricia Salisbury

The hectic scramble against California’s Proposition 64, which proposes to make AIDS a reportable communicable disease, seems designed to help the controversial Democrat’s candidacy in 1988.

The Gaystapo in the California GOP  

by Ira Liebowitz

The bi-partisan opposition to the AIDS ballot initiative exposes the homosexual lobby’s control of both parties.

More British Medical Experts Back Prop 64  

Democrats Pro-Defense? Emperor’s New Clothes  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

“Who Lives, Who Dies” When Budget’s Cut?

Congressional Closeup  

by Kathleen Klenetsky and Ronald Kokinda

National News  

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