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Volume 18, Number 40, October 18, 1991

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Francis Wodié  

by Christine Bierre

The first national secretary of the Ivory Coast Workers Party discusses his party’s plans for economic revival of the country.

Dr. Zvonimir Separovic  

by Elke Fimmen

Croatia’s foreign minister spoke with EIR in Vienna, following a press conference calling for international recognition of and support for his besieged country.

Hrant Kachatrian  

by Anno Hellenbroich

The head Armenia’s Union of Constitutional Rights discusses the political situation following Armenia’s referendum for independence.


Digging Up the Dirty Secrets of Britain in World War I  

by Alan Clayton

Haig’s Command, by Dennis Winter.

Two Post-Mortems on the Gulf War  

by Nancy Spannaus

Iraq, Military Victory, Moral Defeat, by Thomas C. Fox, and Desert Mirage, The True Story of the Gulf War, by Martin Yant.

Books Received  


Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

A “Free Market” Constitution.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Transatlantic Aerospace Wars.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

U.S. Government Drug-Dealing Covered Up.

Andean Report  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Tensions Mount Between Peru, Ecuador.

Books Received  


Thatcherism Brought Bankruptcy Home.

Science & Technology

Need Worldwide Mobilization for Moon-Mars Mission  

by Marsha Freeman

A new age of exploration would be a unifying focus for east European and U.S. high-technology industries facing shutdown.


Panic Grips Washington over Banking Collapse  

by Christopher White and John Hoefle

While the White House conducts emergency sessions with bank regulators and business leaders, the new proposals coming out are each more ludicrous than the last. How about the idea of renaming empty office buildings as “residences,” so the banks can reduce the amount of capital they must carry to offset commercial real estate loans?

Hundreds Rally for Economic Justice, against ‘New Order’  

Africans Demand U.N. Action on Debt  

New Ivory Coast Party: Africa Must Integrate Production, Then Markets  

by Christine Bierre

An interview with Francis Wodié.

Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation  

Currency Rates  


by Sue Atkinson

ConAgra’s Profits Soar.

Business Briefs  


Medical Advances Expose Lies of the Euthanasia Lobby  

by Linda Everett

The ideologues of the “right to die” are trying to cover up the growing evidence that proper treatment vastly enhances the chance that victims of severe head injuries will eventually emerge from coma. Linda Everett reports on these and other scientific breakthroughs which can give new hope to thousands of patients and their families.

German Bishop Denounced Nazi Euthanasia Policy  

The Eyegaze System: A Window on the World  

‘Death on Demand’ Is Still Homicide  

by Jutta Dinkermann

A statement by Dr. Georg Götz, a physician from Germany and deputy chairman of the European Association for Physicians’ Action, opposing the “right to die” resolution put before the European Parliament.


Bush Readies Invasion To Reinstall Haitian ‘Pol Pot’  

by Gretchen Small

The script currently being followed by the U.S. government, in an effort to restore Marxist liberation theologian Father Jean-Bertrand Aristide to power, was drafted by the Trilateral Commission, and its aim is to extend the bankers’ rule under the rubric of “free trade.”

Jean-Bertrand Aristide: Bush’s ‘Voodoo Democrat’  

U.S. Invaded in 1915 to ‘Restore Democracy’  

by Carlos Wesley

‘I Would Like To See a Regional Central European Community’  

by Elke Fimmen

An interview with Croatian Foreign Minister Dr. Zvonimir Separovic.

Croatia Declares Independence; Serbian Aggression Continues  

by Konstantin George

Post-Industrial Society and the Cults  

by Fiorella Operto

A speech to the Group for Research and Information on Sects, a Catholic organization in Italy, on how the Anglo-American elites imposed their “Brave New World.”

Armenians Vote for Their Independence  

by Anno Hellenbroich

An interview with Hrant Kachatrian.

Labor, Church Resist Argentine Debt Plan  

by Gerardo Terán Canal

Overseas Lebanese Resistance Formed  

by Odile Mojon

Open Letter to Gen. Michel Aoun  

by Laurent Schleret

U.N. Outlaws Iraqi Nuclear Power, Science  

International Intelligence  


Shut Down Hollywood—A National Security Imperative  

by Gerald Rose

Why is there no serious opposition to Bush’s policies from the Democrats? The Democratic Party at the top today is the same apparatus as the Bush machine—in fact, the enforcement arm of it. A speech by Gerry Rose to a recent conference of Lyndon LaRouche’s philosophical association.

State Budget Blowouts Flatten Recovery Hoax  

by H. Graham Lowry

Roskens ‘Sleaze Factor’ at USAID Could Be Bad News for Bush Campaign  

The head of the U.S. State Department’s Agency for International Development has some skeletons in his closet—as George Bush well knows.

NED Targeted for Corruption Probe  

by Scott Thompson

The National Endowment for Democracy is under investigation for financial corruption and influence-peddling. It couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of guys.

Documentation: From a report by the General Accounting Office on the NED, and criticism of the agency by congressmen.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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