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Volume 17, Number 10, March 2, 1990

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Interviews

Eugene Sujanszky  

by Joelle LeConte Rosenberg

The president of France’s Association of Hungarian Freedom Fighters blames the rise of Nazism in Germany on the insane policies embedded in the Treaty of Versailles, and specifically on its French signer, Georges Clemenceau.

Book Reviews

A Journalist’s View of the Pacific War  

by Dean Andromidas

Pacific Microphone, by William Dunn.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Ninety Decisive Days.

Andean Report  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Venezuela Riots Again.

Dateline Mexico  

by Isaías Amezcua

CIA-FBI Mexican Operative Burned.

Editorial  

Mrs. Thatcher Should Be Stopped.

Science & Technology

The Technological Revolution Promised by SDI  

by Uwe Henke von Parpart

Now that the Soviet Union has reopened the debate over using the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative as a “science driver” for peace, EIR presents highlights of the last serious conference devoted to SDI, held in Tokyo, Japan in April 1986 by friends and associates of Lyndon LaRouche. Uwe Parpart, director of research of the Fusion Energy Foundation, reported on the economic impact potential of SDI.

LaRouche’s 1982 SDI Proposal  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Soviet Science Attaché Responds  

Economics

Tokyo Shock Threatens U.S. Financial Markets  

by William Engdahl

There’s a 95% probability that the next major financial blowout will erupt from Tokyo between March 10 and April 10, according to physical economist Lyndon LaRouche.

Argentina’s Government Is Paralyzed as Economy Crashes  

by Peter Rush

Beijing Reaps Profit from ‘China White’  

by Linda de Hoyos

Currency Rates  

Taxpayers To Pay for Drexel Bankruptcy  

by Stephen Parsons

Drexel’s Law Firm—Front for the American Drug Lobby?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The U.S. Economy Will Not Survive Proposed Defense Budget Cuts  

by Andrew Rotstein and Anthony K. Wikrent

Lafontaine’s Mentors Plot Eco-Fascist Order  

by Mark Burdman

These no-growth ecologists are the neo-Nazis people should worry about in Europe.

Swedes Have Had It with Austerity Policy  

by Tore Fredin

Business Briefs  

Feature

LaRouche Plan for European Economic Boom Advances  

by Christine Bierre

The American statesman’s plan for having France and a reunited Germany form two legs of a triangle of industrial development, was the subject of a two-day conference in Paris, France, bringing together anti-bolshevik resistance leaders from around the world, to discuss how to create the biggest economic boom and cultural renaissance in human history.

To Build Europe, We Must Defeat the International Monetary Fund Order  

by Jacques Cheminade

Conference presentation by Jacques Cheminade, chairman of the Schiller Institute in France.

Economic and Military Strategy in the European Revolutionary Process  

by Michael Liebig

Director of EIR Nachrichtenagentur, West Germany.

International

Free East German Elections Make Way for Reunification  

by Rainer Apel

Any delay in fusing the two Germanys into a single economic and political unit would lead to a catastrophe—for the U.S. economy.

How Kohl Went with the LaRouche Policy  

by Rainer Apel

British Establishment Prepares To Dump Margaret Thatcher  

by Mark Burdman

‘Democratic Russia’ Takes to the Streets  

by Konstantin George

Hundreds of thousands demand that Russia “join Europe.”

Democracy Movement Puts Nepal’s Monarchy on the Spot  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

British Perfidy Hands Hong Kong to P.R.C.  

by Mark Burdman

U.S. Sets Up Military Dictatorship in Panama, as Resistance Spreads  

by Carlos Wesley

Documentation: Statement by Panamanian labor leader Mauro Murillo; and excerpts from a manifesto from La Tendencia, a group within the Revolutionary Democratic Party of Panama.

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche: U.S. Ruled by Administrative Fascism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The beliefs and policies of the technocrats of the Bush Administration are fascist in the strictest definition of the term—similar to Hjalmar Schacht, the “Paul Volcker of pre-war Germany,” who put Hitler into power.

Havel Issues Moral Challenge to U.S.  

by William Jones

The former political prisoner and current Czechoslovakian President addresses the U.S. Congress.

LaRouche: Why Czechs Chose Philosopher Havel  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche Calls Fourth Circuit Rehearing Denial a ‘Day of Infamy’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

UN Gets LaRouche Human Rights Case  

Bush’s Administrative Fascism Gets New Prey  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Red Brass Pampered in U.S. Military Tour  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharsin

Fat Larry Goes to SEED.

Eye on Washington  

by William H. Harrison

Medicare Cuts Threaten More Hospitals.

National News  

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