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Volume 17, Number 23, June 1, 1990

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Interviews

Ted Gunderson  

A 28-year veteran of the FBI says that the bureau’s current “satanism expert” is instead one of the leading propagandists for satanism.

Book Reviews

Another ‘China Expert’ Misses the Mark  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Legacies, A Chinese Mosaic, by Bette Bao Lord.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Talks on Germany on rocky ground.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

U.S. Arming Colombian Mafias.

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Political Storm over Pope’s Visit.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Suicidally Propitiating the Banks.

Editorial  

LaRouche: Man of the Century.

Science & Technology

The Economics We Need To Colonize Mars  

by Marsha Freeman

President Bush has mouthed a current U.S. commitment to putting man on Mars, evoking the image of John F. Kennedy. But both his Administration’s refusal to enact something like JFK’s investment tax credit, and its emphasis on current technologies rather than ones yet to be developed, belie the President’s empty words. Marsha Freeman reports on Lyndon LaRouche’s proposal for a crash mobilization to colonize the red planet.

How the Kennedy Tax Credit Plan Propelled an Era of Growth  

by Andrew Rotstein

The combined tax credit program and drive to the Moon brought a long-lasting economic recovery.

Economics

Summit Economic, Finance Package Could Lead to War  

by Christopher White

If Moscow follows the advice of Anglo-American banking circles and adopts policies modeled on Hitler’s Economics Minister Hjalmar Schacht, chaos will result. The only way to peace is through LaRouche’s European “Development Triangle” program.

Congress Passes Clean Air Act, Prescription for Economic Suicide  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

But any industry and labor leaders who are praying for a presidential veto to save them from this monstrous bill, should come down from the clouds.

U.S. States Reflect Federal Budget Crisis  

by Andrew Rotstein

Currency Rates  

Water Control Projects Needed To Stop Floods  

by Marcia Merry

Communists, Bankers Are Reviving Shanghai  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Good News for Chicken Lovers: FDA Approves Irradiation for Poultry  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

It will make salmonella poisoning a thing of the past.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Wanted: Godfather of Colombia’s Drug Cartels  

by Andrea Olivieri

Once the President of Colombia during the heyday of the country’s dope trade, Alfonso López Michelsen is now at the center of the drug traffickers’ empire against which the current government has declared total war. Now the authorities are on the tail of the godfather himself; the material assembled here is aimed at helping that process along,

Who’s Who in the ‘Dialogue’ with the Drug Mafia  

The Extraditables’ Record of Satanic Terror  

How Narco-Terrorism Was Legalized: Alvaro Gómez and the M-19  

U.S. State Department Sabotages the War on Drugs  

International

New Nationalist Challenge to Gorbachov on Eve of Summit  

by Konstantin George

The stage for the great domestic crisis ever faced by the Soviet boss, has been set by resurgent nationalism in the Russian Federation.

Middle East Time Bomb Is Ticking  

by Thierry Lalevée

Aftermath of the May 20 violence in the occupied territories.

Kashmir Crisis: Superpowers Converge on Indian Subcontinent  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

U.S. Congressmen Back Separatists, Demand Aid Cutoff to India  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Gorbachov Must Let the Baltics Go, or Face Civil War, Scherer Warns  

by Gen. Paul-Albert Scherer

Former West German military intelligence chief Gen. Paul-Albert Scherer seeks to disperse the Soviet smokescreen on the eve of the Washington summit.

‘Mad Max’ Unleashed on Argentina  

by Peter Rush and Cynthia R. Rush

Catholics’ Situation in China Worsens  

by Maria Cristina Fiocchi

International Intelligence  

National

Bush Arms Control Sellout Will Leave Europe Disarmed  

by Leo F. Scanlon

The Bushmen have allowed themselves to be conned by every Soviet trick in the book, including a faked threat of an imminent Soviet military coup, used to lend urgency to Moscow’s demands.

LaRouche Takes the Stand in Roanoke, Attacks ADL Corruption of Justice  

The most celebrated political prisoner in the world puts his accusers on trial, and defends rule by law.

Former NSC Aide Tells of LaRouche’s Input  

ADL ‘Get LaRouche’ Operative Worked for the CIA  

The case of Mira Lansky Boland.

New York Mayor Cannot Evade Fiscal Crisis  

by Dennis Speed

The ADL Targets Cardinal O’Connor  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Skadden, Arps: ADL-Linked Law Firm Services Dope, Inc. Clients  

by Scott Thompson

China MFN Status Is Blood on Bush’s Hands  

by Lydia Cherry

U.S. Says Help Gorby, Not Eastern Europe  

by William Jones

FBI’s Lanning Sides with Satan, Says Former Top Bureau Official  

Interview with Ted Gunderson.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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