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Volume 18, Number 14, April 12, 1991

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Prof. Maciej Perczyński  

by Mark Burdman

Dr. Perczyński is director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs.

Science & Technology

Manned Space Flight at 30: What Does the Future Hold?  

by Marsha Freeman

Documentation: Excerpts of the House Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration’s 1958 report The Next Ten Years in Space: 1959-1969, from Krafft Ehricke, Gen. J.B. Medaris, and Wernher von Braun.

‘A Prize beyond Price’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From LaRouche’s 1986 outline for a 50-year Moon-Mars colonization program.

Denmark Is Bridging the Baltic  

by Poul Rasmussen

A system of tunnels and bridges that would link the 23 million people of Scandinavia to Europe’s industrial heartland is scheduled for completion by the year 2000.


Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

IMF Plagues Descend on Ibero-America.

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Oil Not for Local Consumption.

Australia Dossier  

by Lydia Cherry

There’s an Uprising in the Bush.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

What Chutzpah!


Lessons of the Soviet Strikes.


Asset Seizures a Weapon in U.S. Trade Wars  

by Christopher White

Germany and Japan are in the cross-hairs of the Anglo-American Big Lie campaign against “Saddam Hussein’s hidden assets.”

Assassination of Rohwedder Benefits Free Market Ideologues  

by Rainer Apel

LaRouche: Pawprints of an Anglo-American Operation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s comments on the first political murder since Germany reunited.

Czechoslovakia: Grim Prospects under Free Market Program  

by William Engdahl

Food Relief Requires World Mobilization  

by Marcia Merry

Economic Crises in Eastern Europe Can Ignite New  

Global Conflicts | Mark Burdman

Argentina Sells Its Currency for Dollars  

by Peter Rush

Brazil To Pay Its Debt with Public Sector Giveaway  

by Silvia Palacios

Currency Rates  

‘Main Street’ Attacks Bush Banking Reform  

by Stephen Parsons

Technology Can Beat California’s Drought  

by Pamela Lowry


by Marcia Merry

Counterattack against Green Lies.

Domestic Credit  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Iacocca Misses the Point.


by John Hoefle

Brady’s “No-Bailout” Bailout.

Business Briefs  


Cholera: The Price for Ibero-America’s Political Prisoners  

by Dennis Small

The jailing of four leaders of the Ibero-American fight against IMF genocide has left the continent nearly defenseless against what is rapidly becoming pandemic cholera, as a result of Anglo-American- inflicted poverty. The speech of Dennis Small, who spent two years in prison courtesy of the “Get LaRouche” task force, to the March 16 conference of the Commission to Investigate Human Rights Violations in the U.S.

Cholera Epidemics, Symptoms, and Cure  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Dr. Grauerholz shows why there is no reason for people to die of cholera.


U.N. Imposes Death Sentence on Iraq  

by Joseph Brewda

Under Security Council Resolution 687, the cease-fire would kill whoever in Iraq survived the 120,000 bombing sorties carried out under Resolution 678.

‘The Iraqi People May Soon Face a Further Imminent Catastrophe’  

by Martii Ahtisaari

The full report to the U.N. by the Undersecretary General.

U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Looking for a New Equilibrium  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Old Lineups Persist in New Italian Crisis  

by Leonardo Servadio

International Intelligence  


The Presidential Campaign: Dems in Bush’s Clothing  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

With the exception of Lyndon LaRouche—George Bush’s “Man in the Iron Mask”—all the other Democratic presidential candidates are trying to prove how much more brutal than Bush they can be.

Budget-Cutters Look To Crush Unions  

by H. Graham Lowry

Court Will Hear Billington’s Appeal  

Sentenced by Virginia to 77 years for political organizing, the LaRouche associate is free on bond.

America’s Violence Epidemic: Police State in the Making  

by Marianna Wertz

The Roman Empire seems to be the model: Condition the masses with “bread and circuses,” while conducting genocidal wars against perceived enemies of the Empire.

Supreme Court and Justice Dept. Federalize Police Brutality  

by Leo Scanlon

Bush’s call for a “Desert Storm”-style war on crime signals an effort to turn local police into stormtroopers.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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