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Volume 17, Number 35, September 14, 1990

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Aboihasan Bani-Sadr  

Iran’s first President says that the Anglo-American military deployment is not directed against Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, but is a vast maneuver against the entire region, and Europe as well.


On Understanding Franz Schubert  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche compares a recent live broadcast of Schubert’s Ninth Symphony (“The Great”) in C Major to Bruno Walter’s 1950 recording with the Stockholm Symphony and his 1959 recording with the Columbia Symphony.

An Artistic Master of the Age of the Council of Florence  

by Nora Hamerman

The Genius of Jacopo Bellini: The Complete Paintings and Drawings, by Colin Eisler.


Andean Report  

by José Restrepo

Colombia Becoming a Money Laundry.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Caste Conflict Boils Over.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

For Thirty Pieces of Silver.



Science & Technology

High-Speed Rails Planned in France, Germany, Italy  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

The second part of a series on how the European Productive Triangle, as proposed by Lyndon LaRouche, can save the collapsing world economy through generating huge rates of technological progress and potential population density.

Physical Economy Survey

Population of Major Regions, by Age and Sex, Since 1960  

The next in EIR’s series of data which are indispensable for constructing an accurate picture of the world economy according to the LaRouche-Riemann model.


U.S. Tries To Extort ‘Burden Sharing’ Tribute  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Like the emperors of the collapsing Roman Empire, the U.S. Administration has been duped by the British into believing it can coerce other nations to foot the bill for their Mideast adventure. But no amount of mere cash can bail out the bankrupt U.S. economy at this point.

White House Decides It’s ‘Too Costly’ To Save 10,000 Infants Every Year  

by Linda Everett

Administration scuttles a report that shows how to reduce the appalling U.S. infant death rate.

Currency Rates  


by Marcia Merry

World Bread Crisis Worsens.


by John Hoefle

The Brink of Financial Meltdown.

Business Briefs  


The ‘Beethoven Principle’ and the LaRouche Movement  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Many people who may know LaRouche only as a man with the courage to face life imprisonment for his principles, may not be aware that until January 1989, for 15 years he had been traveling the globe, discussing his proposals for a fundamental reform of the international monetary system with world political leaders. Warren Hamerman reviews the genesis and unfolding of LaRouche’s economic ideas and activities in an address to the recent ICLC conference near the U.S. capital city.


Soviet Objections to Gulf War Signal End of Anglo-Soviet Condominium  

by Konstantin George

Smiles and friendly handshakes at the Sept. 9 summit between U.S. President Bush and Soviet President Gorbachov, will not alter the fact that a permanent Anglo-American presence in the Persian Gulf is a dire threat to Soviet imperial interests.

Day of Joy: October 3 Will Bring German Unification  

by Ortrun Cramer and Hartmut Cramer

More Evidence Shows Britain Wanted War  

by Mark Burdman

West Turns Its Back on Iraq Refugees  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Brits Charge: India Equivocating in Gulf  

by Susan Maitra

Deng Blackmails Asia with Refugee Threat  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Philippines Faces Social, Economic Chaos Because of Gulf Crisis  

by Uwe Henke v. Parpart

Did the CIA Murder Galán To Stop Ibero-American Economic Unity?  

by José Restrepo

Galán: Continental Unity Is the Key to Survival  

LaRouche Foresaw the Upsurge in Americas  

by Carlos Wesley

Without Equality of Arms, There Is No Justice  

by John Carroll

Glasgow lawyer John Carroll on the collapse of the legal aid system in Scotland.

International Intelligence  


Resistance Rising to Bush’s ‘Splendid Little War’  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

A new anti-war movement is in the making, as calls are being heard from such diverse figures as Lyndon LaRouche, Ramsey Clark, and conservative spokesmen, along with black and Hispanic groups who rightly see the war as genocide against the world’s darker-skinned peoples.

Philosophical Association Heralds ‘Decade of LaRouche and Leibniz’  

by John Sigerson

The International Caucus of Labor Committees gathered for three days of policy deliberation in Arlington, Virginia.

Judge Who Jailed LaRouche Ran Guns  

Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan of the Alexandria, Virginia “rocket docket,” was a key operative of the world’s biggest gun running outfit, Interarms.

Thornburgh Out To Bury Inslaw—Again  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

After Barry Mistrial, Hopes Rise in D.C.  

‘Get LaRouche’ Force Suffers Setbacks  

National News  

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