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Volume 17, Number 6, February 2, 1990

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Science & Technology

Shuttle Crew Brings Science Laboratory Home  

by Marsha Freeman

The experimental results expected from the Long Duration Exposure Facility, launched six years ago and now back on Earth, will be invaluable for ascertaining how to maintain a permanent presence in near-Earth space.

Hermann J. Oberth: Father of Space Flight  

In memoriam, by John Zavrel.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Brady Plan Corpse Finally Buried.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Citibank Leaves with Empty Hands.

Andean Report  

by Jaime Ramírez

Venezuelan Economy: Ruin in One Year.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Despite Promises, Panama Gets No Money.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Reconstruction of a Ruined Country.

Report from Rome  

by Maria Cristina Fiocchi

A Way Out of the Vietnam Tragedy.

View from London  

by Dan Atkinson

Tories Hit by Economic Crisis.

Editorial  

One Better than Herbert Hoover.

Economics

Interest Rate Rise Drives U.S. Collapse  

by Stephen Parsons

Japan’s virtual boycott of the U.S. bond market is dashing fantasies of a “soft landing” for what remains of the U.S. economy.

U.S. Construction Industry Is Ready for a Blowout  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Currency Rates  

Agriculture  

by Robert L. Baker

Urban Farm Boys Push Radical Plans.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Northeastern Banking Collapsing.

International Credit  

by William Engdahl

A New Bank for Eastern Europe.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Paris-Berlin-Vienna Triangle: Locomotive of the World Economy  

Following the guidelines laid out by U.S. Congressional candidate Lyndon LaRouche, an international team sponsored by the Schiller Institute presents major components of a plan to save the world economy by transforming continental Europe’s transportation infrastructure, making that region into the world’s greatest economic power.

International

Azerbaijan War Brings Soviet Leadership Crisis to a Head  

by Konstantin George

Whether or not Gorbachov goes, his policies have been junked by the Politburo.

The Weakening of Benazir Bhutto and Its Fallout  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

The Pakistani Prime Minister is being forced to call early elections as the Kashmir crisis flares dangerously between Pakistan and India.

When Russia Held Iranian Azerbaijan  

Noriega’s ‘Drugs’ Were Really Tamales  

by Carlos Wesley

Documentation: World criticism of invasion of Panama.

The U.S. Invasion of Panama: An Evaluation from the Standpoint of International Law  

by Prof. Friedrich August Baron von der Heydte

Colombian Liberals Embrace Drug Mafia  

by José Restrepo

Social Democrats, Crazier than Ever, Welcome Chaos in U.S.S.R.  

by Scott Thompson

Some Queries for the Soviet Strategists  

by Argus

International Intelligence  

National

Bush: On the Slippery Slope to Political Doom  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

He scraped through his vote in support of the Chinese butchers, but the Furies will make short work of the President as the U.S. economy careens into the depths of depression.

Court Puts LaRouche Democrat on Texas Ballot  

by Patricia Salisbury

4th Circuit Upholds Travesty of Justice against LaRouche  

President Bush knows LaRouche is innocent.

Gen. Powell Acts Like Idiot to Reservists  

by Scott Thompson

Bush’s Rhetoric Thin at Pro-Life March  

by Linda Everett

Beethoven’s ‘Fidelio’ at C=256: More of the Mass than the Opera  

by Kathy Wolfe

In honor of political prisoners everywhere, the Lubo Opera and Schiller Institute produced the first modern full performance of an opera at the scientific tuning of the great composers, in New York City.

McMartin Preschool Verdict ‘Not Guilty’  

by Carol White

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

West Can’t Stop Gorbachov’s Fall.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones and Leo F. Scanlon

National News  

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