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Volume 15, Number 15, April 8, 1988

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Interviews

Lukas Brader  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

The director of the Emergency Center for Locust Operations at the headquarters of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome insisted, in this February 1987 interview, that there was no need for large-scale spraying for locusts in Africa.

Book Reviews

Masters and Johnson Take On the CDC AIDS Mafia  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Reviews Crisis: Heterosexual Behavior in the age of AIDS, by William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson, and Robert C. Kolodny, and AIDS: Papers from Science, 1982-1985 Edited by Ruth Kuistad.

Science & Technology

Soviet Union Takes Command of Space  

by Marsha Freeman

The Soviets are deploying three new anti-satellite systems and taking a commanding position in international space programs, openly challenging the leadership of the United States.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

KGB Spy Ring in Germany Blown.

Northern Flank  

by Göran Haglund

Elderly Patients Victims of Cost Cuts.

Andean Report  

by Carlos Méndez

Venezuelan Drug-Fighter Forced Out.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Soviet Rockets in Punjab.

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Israel and Syria: A War Ahead?

Editorial  

INF Folly More Apparent than Ever.

AIDS Update

Masters and Johnson Take On the CDC AIDS Mafia  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Soviets Dispute Origin of the AIDS Epidemic  

Economics

Smoot-Hawley Revival Is Near to Passage  

by Christopher White

The monstrous trade bill moving into its final stages in the U.S. legislature, is eerily reminiscent of the Smoot-Hawley Act of 1930, considered to be the trigger which ensured that the market collapse of the late 1920s became the full-blown depression of the 1930s.

LaRouche, in Cologne Speech, Says Republics Key to New Economic Order  

by Marianna Wertz

Reporting on a Schiller Institute conference held in West Germany to debate a new world economic order, to replace the Bretton Woods system.

Colombia: ‘The Economy Is Doing Well, but the Country Is Doing Terribly’  

by Gerardo Terán Canal

Thanks to IMF and the Russians, Poland Has 19th-Century Health Care  

by Luba George and Kazimierz Kowalski

Currency Rates  

African Locust Plague Now Threatens Europe  

by Carol White

One Year Ago, FAO Chief KO’d Spraying  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Interview with Lukas Brader, director of the Emergency Center for Locust Operations.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Some Reasons Why George Bush Is Not Electable  

by Christopher White

The Republican “front-runner” richly deserves to take the blame for the failings of the Administration. Introducing a dossier on Bush’s role in sabotaging foreign policy, the war on drugs, and the potential for a U.S. economic recovery.

Irangate Revelations Close In on George Bush’s Central Role  

by Herbert Quinde

The Vice President’s Bailout of the Texas Banking System  

A Wimp, at Best, in the War on Drugs  

by Scott Thompson

International

Panama’s Neighbors Rip U.S. ‘Economic Coercion’  

by Robyn Quijano

Documentation: What the Ibero-American nations said at the March 28-29 meeting of the Latin American Economic System in Caracas.

El Salvador’s Electorate Rebels  

by Gretchen Small

There were two big losers in the March 20 vote: Moscow’s terrorists, and the Rockefeller-Trilateral strategy of endless war in Central America.

Colombian Military Targets ‘Citizens above Suspicion’ for Cocaine Trade  

by Valerie Rush

Feverish Pace of New Yalta Sellouts  

by Konstantin George

From Central America, to Afghanistan, to Africa, the U.S. sellouts of its allies to “regional accords” with the Soviets escalated after the Shultz-Shevardnadze meeting.

Asians Skeptical of Soviet ‘Peace’ Bids  

by Linda de Hoyos

Lázaro Cárdenas and the 1988 Election  

by Catalina Metzler

The background to this year’s presidential campaign in Mexico: The international banks must contend with memories of Mexico’s nationalist moment of 50 years ago.

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas: Suspend Debt Payments!  

Satanic-Pagan Cults Launch War on West  

by Mark Burdman

International Intelligence  

National

Purge at Meese Justice Dept.: Will Bush Survive?  

by Joseph Brewda

The ousted officials, Deputy Attorney General Arnold Bums, and Assistant Attorney General William F. Weld, the director of the department’s criminal division, had led the faction which has been essential to covering up for the most atrocious policies of the department.

LaRouche Trial at Impasse, as FBI Refuses To Declassify Documents  

With two legitimate reasons for dismissing the case accumulated, and potentially weeks of hearings on the subject of government misconduct and cover-up ahead, some observers are beginning to wonder if the trial will ever resume.

INF Treaty To Ban Futuristic Weapons  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

It will outlaw a whole new range of weapons, utilizing such advanced technologies as microwaves and lasers.

Elephants and Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Presidential field narrows--to nothing? — The LaRouche Option — Fun and Games.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Democratic Elites Size Up Jesse Jackson.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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