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Volume 17, Number 12, March 16, 1990

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Interviews

Father Robert A. Graham, S.J.  

by Maria Cristina Fiocchi

An American historian in Rome discusses the pagan roots of “ecologism” as a philosophy.

Hugh Elsaesser  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

A meteorologist from the Lawrence Livermore Lab in California debunks the myth that there is too much ozone in the air, or that people cause it.

Martin Lee  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

A member of the Hong Kong Legislative council denounces the Thatcher-Deng deal to hand the former colony over to the Communists.

Strategic Studies

LaRouche’s SDI Concept Resurfaces in World Debate  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

America’s leading political prisoner discusses the Soviet Union’s revival of LaRouche’s proposal to develop directed-energy weapons as a war-avoidance strategy; why the Anglo-American establishment hates what Germany is doing; and the alternative to the ongoing financial collapse.

LaRouche’s Fight for Strategic Defense  

A chronology.

Departments

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

U.S. Soldiers Serve as Drug Couriers.

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Valdez

Outrage against Thornburgh Doctrine.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

A Narco-Terrorist Electoral Strategy.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

No Surprises for India ... Yet.

Editorial  

Is War Imminent?

Science & Technology

Argentine-Brazilian Nuclear Cooperation Under Threat  

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Agents of the Anglo-Soviet Pugwash conference gathered in Rio di Janeiro in order to ensure that Argentine and Brazil never develop an independent industrial economy. Lorenzo Carrasco unveils the history of their anti-nuclear effort, and their real motives.

Admiral Alvaro Alberto and the Fight for Nuclear Energy  

by Renato Archer

Brazil’s former Science and Technology Minister Renato Archer reviews the genesis of Brazil’s nuclear program.

Economics

LaRouche Asks, Can Bush Stop Mudslide by Fiat?  

by John Hoefle

Absolute, top-down governmental control of the financial markets would be the only way the financial establishment could avoid much of their structure being swept away over the coming month. But even if they try, they might not succeed.

Monetarist Shock Rips Poland  

by Michael Stalla

Poles are selling off everything they own, just in order to eat.

Living on Potato Pie  

by Joelle LeConte Rosenberg

Currency Rates  

U.K.’s Thatcher Hit by Poll Tax Backlash  

by Mark Burdman

East Germany’s Economy Must Quickly Recover from Socialist ‘Planning’  

by Prof. Dr. Siegfried Schiller

Parts of an address to West German businessmen by Prof. Dr. Siegfried Schiller, the only manager of a private firm in East Germany.

A Falling-Out Among Thieves?  

by Katherine Kanter

Tensions between Britain and Spain over Gibraltar.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Senate Holds Hearings on Hunger.

Business Briefs  

Feature

‘Ecological’ Irrationalism Is Leading to War  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The underlying philosophy of the ecology movement is explicitly Satanic and contrary to the ideals of Western Judeo-Christian culture, according to U.S. economist Lyndon LaRouche. Our feature documents how the ecology movement aims to destroy our human environment, not save it.

Catholic Historian: Are the Ecologists the New Pagans?  

by Maria Cristina Fiocchi

Interview with historian Father Robert A. Graham.

The ‘Greening’ of U.S. Foreign Policy  

by James Baker

From a speech by U.S. Secretary of State James Baker.

‘Clean Air’ Act Spells Catastrophe for Industry and Future Prosperity  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Ozone Layer: Truth versus Mythology  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Interview with Hugh Elsaesser of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

International

Soviet State Dictatorship Tries To Curb Revolution  

by Konstantin George

The demise of the Soviet Communist Party has left the state apparatus no other choice but to concentrate power into the hands of “Czar” Mikhail Gorbachov, as Soviet Russia prepares for revolution and civil war.

Afghan Coup Shakes Superpower Scheme  

by Ramtanu Maitra

War Danger Looms over Palestine Talks  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

George Bush’s Secret Hostage Negotiations  

Riots and Looting Heighten Crisis in Argentina; Many Turn to Seineldín  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Sandinistas Resist Giving Up Power  

by Javier Almario

U.S. Mobs Threaten Panamanian Civil War  

International Intelligence  

National

Will Prosecutor Murder His Witness To ‘Get’ LaRouche?  

Administrative fascism in action: Illinois prosecutor Dennis Schumacher puts an 89-year-old woman on the witness stand, browbeats her to try—unsuccessfully—to get her to charge three friends of LaRouche with “robbing” her, and, when she suffers a stroke after 45 minutes of testimony, demands that she resume her testimony the following week.

Michael Billington Placed in Administrative Detention  

Mystery Surrounds Eagleburger’s No-Show at Senate Hearings  

by Scott Thompson

Could it be related to the dirty dealings around alleged Soviet spy Felix Bloch?

Depopulation Bills Deluge Congress  

by Linda Everett

Defense Budget: No Defense, No Economy  

by Leo F. Scanlon

ILA Takeover: DoJ Fascism in Action  

Longshoremen’s union is targeted by the federal civil RICO hit-squad.

Satanwatch  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Cardinal O’Connor Hits Rock Music.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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