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Volume 16, Number 2, January 6, 1989

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Interviews

Lennart Hane  

The well-known Swedish attorney and author discusses the destruction of the rule of law in the recent LaRouche trial, warning that “rule of bureaucracy” leads to dictatorship.

Dale Hathaway  

The spokesman for the International Policy Council on Agriculture and Trade rationalizes cartel plans by claiming there are no food shortages.

Science & Technology

World Bank Devastates the Amazon Jungle  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

The labor-intensive, export-oriented agriculture programs of the international financial oligarchy and its Brazilian partners are leading to genocide.

Former Official of IMF Charges Genocide  

Departments

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Anti-Panama Line Pushed on Bush.

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa and Carlos Valdez

Are “Ex”-Terrorists for Human Rights?

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Election Games in Peru.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

A Commoner Elected President.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Germany a Favorite Target of Satanism.

Editorial  

Open Letter to President Reagan.

AIDS Update

Disease Called ‘Growing Menace’ to Children  

Asian Countries Begin To Take Action on AIDS  

Cuomo Urged To Declare AIDS Emergency  

Economics

Behind the Trilats’ Trade War Countdown  

by Christopher White

On both sides of the Atlantic, the circles promoting the war are partisans of David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission and the financial power centers which stand behind that body. It is not a real war, except against the Atlantic Alliance.

China: A New Warlord Era?  

by Webster G. Tarpley

This feature of the periodic breakdown of Chinese society is

now being reported from parts of the mainland.

Documentation: A report from Taipei’s China News.

Currency Rates  

‘Europe 1992’: Bad News for Labor  

Last of a series of three articles on the Single European Act of 1992.

Banking  

by William Jones

More Trouble Ahead for S&Ls.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Yeutter Will Wreck U.S. Agriculture To Feed Russia  

by Marcia Merry

Even before he assumes office, his trade war policies toward allies are escalating, while U.S. food trade continues its firm Russian emphasis.

Clayton Yeutter: ‘Free Trade’ Agent of the Food Cartel  

by Marcia Merry

Russia Buys Up Scarce Grain on the World ‘Free Market’  

by William Engdahl and Robert Baker

FAO Warns: No More Food for Emergency Relief  

Cartel ‘Club’ of Private Think Tanks Charts Plan To Dismantle Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

USDA Man Was Foreman of LaRouche Jury  

The U.S. GATT Proposal: ‘Food Self-Sufficiency No Longer Justified’  

International

Pan Am Atrocity: Prelude to Mideast War?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Indications of involvement by both the Russians and Israelis underscore the reality that Moscow is opposed to any solution to the Palestine crisis that might lead to a stabilization of the region.

Dominican University in Rome Hears Helga Zepp-LaRouche on Cusanus  

“For more than 12 years I have been deeply convinced that our civilization can be saved only by bringing about a more just world economic order, based on the philosophical principles enumerated by Cardinal Nicolaus of Cusa,” she told a packed audience of scholars, theologians, and diplomats from nine countries.

Wiesenthal: Soviets’ Anti-Semitism Is the Biggest Jewish Problem Today  

Deng Xiao-Ping’s Diplomacy: The Third Empire Wants More  

by Webster G. Tarpley

The Gordievsky Affair: Soviets Mounted ‘World War III’ Hoax  

by Scott Thompson

A Soviet ‘Goodwill’ Tour of Asia  

by Linda de Hoyos

CFR Orders Sell-Out of El Salvador  

by Gretchen Small

International Intelligence  

National

Will George Bush Be an Environmentalist President?  

by Nicholas F. Benton

The naming of the World Wildlife Fund’s Reilly to a top post, bodes ill.

‘Prometheus’ LaRouche Sends Reply to Would-Be Gods of Olympus  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

To them, who threaten to destroy him and his associates through the U.S. court system unless he compromises fundamental principles, LaRouche replies, “No.”

Call on President Reagan To Pardon LaRouche  

The international outcry has erupted in Peru, the Middle East, and Europe.

How the News Media Shaped the Frameup of Lyndon LaRouche  

A defense motion documenting the vilification campaign that nurtured a “runaway” jury.

Malthusians Embrace ‘Triage’ for Elderly  

by Linda Everett

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Planning a Zero-Growth Defense Budget.

National News  

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