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Volume 17, Number 36, September 21, 1990

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Interviews

Charles Mankin  

by Stephen Parsons

The director of the Oklahoma Geological Survey says that so much of unused U.S. oil drilling capacity is so dilapidated that there’s little prospect of being able to quickly increase domestic oil production.

Book Reviews

How To Sow Terror with Statistics  

by Margaret Sexton

Currents of Death: Power Lines, Computer Terminals, and the Attempt to Cover Up Their Threat to Your Health, by Paul Brodeur.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Solving the Soviet Housing Problem.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Bush’s Occupation Creates New Sodom.

Editorial  

Freedom Must Be Victorious.

Science & Technology

Integrating Europe: Freight and Passenger Rail Transport  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

Europe’s railway system, which has never really recovered from World War II, is now at a take-off point for integration across every national boundary, and magnetic levitation and conventional high-speed rail will play a crucial role. Part III concludes a series taken from a chapter of the Special Report now circulating in every European capital.

Economics

Ibero-American Oil Targeted in New U.S. Raw Materials Grab  

by Peter Rush

With the pretext of the Middle East crisis, Bush & Co. are pushing even harder for a long-standing policy goal: the denationalization of the national oil companies of Mexico and Venezuela.

British Economic Warfare against Iraq Triggered Invasion of Kuwait  

by Scott Thompson

A chronology.

Oil Price Hike Can’t Raise U.S. Production  

by Stephen Parsons

‘We Have Dismantled the U.S. Oil Exploration Industry’  

by Stephen Parsons

Interview with Charles Mankin, director of the Oklahoma Geological Survey.

Brazil Goes Insane, Renounces Nuclear Energy for Alcohol  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino and Mark Sonnenblick

Currency Rates  

Bankers Want To Wipe Peru Off the Map  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Poverty and Neo-Capitalism in the 1990s  

by Prof. Dario Composta

A speech by Prof. Dario Composta of the Urbaniana University in Rome, Italy; first of two parts.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Will United Germany’s Farms Be Free?

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Deposit Insurance Fund Is Broke.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Germany’s New Mission: Peace by Development  

by Rainer Apel

The signing of the treaty on the reunification of Germany is not only a victory for peace in Europe, but represents the only salvation for a world otherwise in the throes of economic depression and impending war. And Moscow is keenly aware of this, even if Washington and London are not.

German Reunification Is the Key to a Worldwide Cultural Renaissance  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The Chairman of the Patriots for Germany party tells why the coming months will likely determine whether mankind is morally fit to survive, since the only two options are World War III, or a renaissance, led by Europe and especially by Germany, and the freeing of Lyndon LaRouche from prison.

Chancellor Kohl Echoes LaRouche Triangle Proposal  

From his Heiligenstadt speech.

International

After Helsinki: The Deeper Issues behind the ‘Iraq Crisis’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Imprisoned statesman Lyndon LaRouche analyzes the world strategic situation following President Bush’s failure to rope the Soviet Union into the AngloAmerican Mideast adventure.

New Baker Plan Will Carve Up the Mideast  

by Joseph Brewda

The Persian Gulf Crisis and Britain’s New Imperial Order  

by Mark Burdman

Documentation: “Better imperialist than dead,” says Peregrine Worsthorne.

Palestinians and Lebanese Get Knife  

by Joseph Brewda

Italy: Gulf Crisis Stokes New ‘Hot Autumn’  

by Webster G. Tarpley.

Korean Dialogue: A Big Step Forward  

by Lydia Cherry

Power-Sharing Deal Struck in Cambodia  

by Linda de Hoyos

Japan Walks a Tightrope  

by Linda de Hoyos

Colombia’s Drug War Dead and Buried  

by Andrea Olivieri

International Intelligence  

National

Bush’s Support May Sink in Budgetary Quicksand  

by Stephen Parsons and Kathleen Klenetsky

His military adventure won’t be able to keep his micron-thin “popularity” intact as the economy falls to pieces.

Muhammad Campaign Rocks Dem Machine  

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Maryland Congressman Steny Hoyer had to pull off some fast and dirty tricks in order to beat off a national spokesman for Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam.

Four Primaries Show LaRouche Democrats’ Backing  

The Congressman from ADM and AIPAC  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Profile of Rep. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.).

‘Cannibal’ Is Would-Be Governor of Virginia  

LaRouche associates say that Attorney General Mary Sue Terry is out to kill.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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