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Volume 18, Number 17, May 3, 1991

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Interviews

Dr. André Dodin  

by Ivès Zilli

The head of the Ecology Department at the Pasteur Institute in Paris gives his evaluation of the current cholera epidemic.

Edward Spannaus  

by Herbert Quinde

Spannaus, a political prisoner and associate of Lyndon LaRouche, knew more about Iran-Contra arms trafficker Cyrus Hashemi than just about anyone else, when the “October Surprise” first made headlines.

Book Reviews

Michael Novak Crowns Adam Smith as the Free Market’s Patron Saint  

by Stanley Ezrol

This Hemisphere of Liberty; A Philosophy of the Americas, by Michael Novak.

‘Big Empires Don’t Fall Apart Neatly’  

by Denise Henderson

The Hidden Nations: The People Challenge the Soviet Union, by Nadia Diuk and Adrian Karatnycky.

Departments

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Judicial Terrorism.

Editorial  

LaRouche Campaigned for the World.

Science & Technology

Joint European Torus: A Major Advance for Fusion  

by Albert Menez

Although the U.S. is strangling its own fusion effort, international efforts have shown that tokamak reactors are still possible by the year 2000. Albert Menez reports on the successes of the European JET program.

The Next Step Is a Pilot Power Plant  

by Charles B. Stevens

Moscow’s Academician Kadomtsev has laid down the challenge. Will the West respond?

How Magnetic Fusion Works  

Economics

Free Trade Will Soon Mean No Trade for the U.S.  

by Carol White

The NAFTA and GATT accords will gut U.S. wage levels, freeing billions of dollars for debt service to the major banks.

Germany Shifts Policy, Will Build New National Transport Grid  

by Hartmut Cramer

The government is moving toward large-scale “internal improvements” to increase productivity, rather than imposing free market ideology on regions wrecked by 40 years of communism.

European Tours U.S. for ‘Productive Triangle’  

Gorbachov, Yeltsin Agree To Ban Strikes, While Crisis Builds  

by Konstantin George

International Usury Is Breeding Cholera  

by Valerie Rush

We Need To Have Clean Water If We Are To Conquer Diseases  

by Ivès Zilli

Interview with Dr. André Dodin.

Global Warming Issue Heats Up India  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Where’s the Beef?

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Genocidal Roots of Bush’s New World Order  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

George Bush has been in the vanguard of the population control effort since the 1960s. For him, the more people who die in the Third World, the better.

Kissinger, Scowcroft, Bush Plotted Third World Genocide  

by Hassan Ahmed and Joseph Brewda

Analysis of the recently declassified documents through which the Kissinger-era NSC defined population growth as a “national security issue.”

Bush Backed Nazi ‘Race Scientists’  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The shocking story of Bush’s support for William Shockley and Arthur Jensen in their campaigns against the racial “down-breeding” of the U.S. population.

Documentation: Excerpts from the President’s statements, and those of his malthusian cronies.

International

Rome Hosts Conference on LaRouche ‘Triangle’ Plan  

by Rosanna Impiccini

On the eve of a new encyclical on the Vatican’s social teaching, expected to redefine East-West and North-South relations, Helga Zepp-LaRouche presents a Christian approach to economics in the Italian capital.

Anglo-American War Has Made Iraq into a Vast Death Camp  

by Joseph Brewda

Documentation: International media coverage is beginning to point to the suffering caused throughout Iraq—not only to the Kurds. As in the effects of a neutron bomb, the real estate was mostly left standing; it is only the people who die.

Is South Africa Next ‘New Order’ Target?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Behind the Desecration of Cemeteries and Churches in the Holy Land  

by Umberto Pascali

Drug War Provides Cover for Attack on Argentine Sovereignty  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Brazilian Military Strikes Back against Anglo-American Assault  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Bush Diplomacy Means More Tibetan Deaths  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Lonrho’s Shadow over Indian Politics  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

‘Debt-for-Nature’ Policy Targets Seized S&L Assets  

by H. Graham Lowry

The environmentalists are on the prowl, looking for properties formerly owned by bankrupt thrifts, to turn them into wilderness preserves. The trend started in California—naturally.

Missing Wiretaps: Smoking Gun in Reagan-Bush October Surprise?  

by Herbert Quinde

An interview with Edward Spannaus.

Why Is Publisher Censoring Catholic Magazine in the U.S.?  

by Umberto Pascali and Michael Maddi

U.N. Reports on the LaRouche Rights Case  

FBI Tries To Hush Up Corruption Charges  

by Nancy Primack

Death Threats Fly in Nebraska Child Abuse Case  

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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