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Volume 17, Number 2, January 5, 1990

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José Maria Cabrera  

The Panamanian Ambassador to the Organization of American States, on the illegitimacy of the Endara puppet regime.

Book Reviews

25 Years Later, the Heritage of Dr. Martin Luther King  

by Marianna Wertz

A preview of the newly revised edition of Bridge Across Jordan, by Amelia Platts Boynton Robinson.

Six Months Too Early, 20 Years Too Late  

by Nina Ogden

And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography, by Ralph Abernathy.

A Tavistockian’s View of Leadership  

by Daniel Platt

On Becoming a Leader, by Warren Bennis.

Flawed, But on the Right Track  

by Bob Trout

On the Trail of the Assassins, by Jim Garrison.

British Witchcraft in the Age of Thatcher  

by Mark Burdman

Persuasions of the Witch’s Craft: Ritual Magic in Contemporary England, by T.M. Luhrmann.

Books Received  


Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

First Steps toward Economic Recovery.

Report from London  

by Dan Atkinson

Three Shocks.

Report from New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Spotlight on Troubled Kashmir.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Terror Resurgence in Southern Cone.


Europe’s Triangle of Development.

Science & Technology

NASA Plans To Return to Moon, Manned Colony on Mars  

by Marsha Freeman

Details the new technologies we need for a U.S. planetary colonization program.


The Banking Crisis of 1990 Has Begun  

by John Hoefle

Misery will have a lot of company among banks and other financial institutions in 1990, as the “Texas disease” spreads to the Northeast and other parts of the country.

Global Food Shortage Means African Famine  

by Marcia Merry

Poland’s Alternative to IMF Shock Medicine  

by William Engdahl

France has proposed the creation of a European Development Bank which would not follow the International Monetary Fund’s murderous conditionalities policy.

Currency Rates  

Market Chaos Follows Argentine Liberalization  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Trouble Ahead for Trucking Industry  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Red China Supplies Most World Heroin  


by Robert L. Baker

Yeutter Touts USDA “Accomplishments.”

Business Briefs  


Panama Genocide Begins the End of George Bush  

Democratic statesman Lyndon LaRouche points to the accelerating madness in the White House since the Dec. 20 invasion.

Panama Massacre: The Real Story  

by Carlos Wesley

Civilian Deaths in Panama Prediscounted  

by Leo F. Scanlon

Bush Names Drug Mob Capos To Rule Panama  

‘Will Americans Swallow This?’  

Statements by Panama’s Minister of Industry and Commerce and Ambassador to the OAS, and by Argentina’s Col. Mohamed Ali Seineldín.

Fact Sheet on U.S. Invasion of Panama  

World Press Reports: Bush in Trouble Now  


Soviet Massacres from the Elbe to the Urals?  

by Webster G. Tarpley

The conjuncture of the Romanian-centered Balkan crisis with the Lithuanian-centered Baltic crisis is propelling the Kremlin toward the use of military force in either or both of these theaters.

Phase I of Romanian Revolution Has Ended  

by Konstantin George

But the new interim government is run by the same Communist families as before—minus the Ceausescus.

U.S. Warfare in 1989 Targeted Four Strategic Allies in Asia  

Japan, Philippines, Turkey, and South Korea were all victimized by the U.S.-Soviet condominium.

Greenpeace: A Critical Look at the Ecological Multinational  

Part I of an investigative series.

Beethoven Rules in Berlin  

by Hartmut Cramer

Germans open the Brandenburg Gate  

International Intelligence  


Thornburgh Doctrine Makes the U.S. an Outlaw State  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Panama invasion couldn’t have happened without the U.S. Attorney General’s announcement that the FBI could kidnap targeted individuals anywhere in the world, regardless of international law. Now’s the time for Bush to fire him.

Du Pont Heir Puts ‘Get LaRouche’ Mob on Trial  

by Frederic Henderson

Lewis du Pont Smith seeks to reverse a judge’s ruling that he is “incompetent” solely because of his political beliefs.

Facts about Bush’s Sellout to China  

by Ralph de Toledano

(Guest columnist).

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Thornburgh Stifles Freedom of Press.

National News  

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