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Volume 19, Number 20, May 15, 1992

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Hector Luis Campos  

One of the leaders of Argentina’s non-commissioned officers who participated in the Dec. 3, 1990 military rebellion, is now facing trial.

Philip Valenti  

A candidate for U.S. Senate in the recent Pennsylvania primary, Valenti discusses the impact of Lyndon LaRouche’s presidential campaign.


Did Warren Christopher Torch Your Neighborhood?  

by James Duree, Jr. and Khushro Ghandi

The “riots” were orchestrated by small squads of disciplined urban guerrillas. But to know what is really going on, look higher up: Look to people like the Trilateral Commission’s Warren Christopher, who has now been appointed to form the “Independent Commission to Investigate the LAPD.”

Reality Behind the Riots: 27 Years of Negligence  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Australia Dossier  

by Maurice Hetherington and Julie Warner

Wheat Planting Starts

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

NAFTA Zigzag Has Everybody Nervous.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Civil War in Venezuela?

From New Delhi  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

U.S. Toughens Policies Toward India.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Los Angeles-Style Riots Erupt.


Cholera Strikes in Texas, As We Warned.


Rockefeller and Kissinger Demand More ‘Free Trade’  

by Ana M. Mendoza-Phau

David Rockefeller told the “Forum of the Americas” meeting in Washington how delighted he was that U.S. banks can now count on the profits from their Ibero-American debt “to carry them through their bad real estate loans.” But this continued looting depends on the “free trade agreement,” which is running into trouble.

Documentation: Speeches by Henry Kissinger and President George Bush.

Currency Rates  

Medical Experts Meet in Iraq, Assess Genocidal Impact of War  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

A report from the Arab Emergency Health Committee conference in Baghdad.

The Rights of the Child  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

A speech at the Baghdad conference.

Colombia in Crisis over the Collapse of Infrastructure  

by Javier Almario

Unemployment Cover-up  


by Rosa Tennenbaum

World Food Shortages Worsen.


by John Hoefle

Canada Says No Bailout for O&Y.

Business Briefs  


How a Great Physicist Taught Science to Children  

by Susan Welsh

The late Dr. Robert Moon, one of America’s most brilliant scientific minds, was also a master pedagogue and an inspiration to all who worked with him. In a summer camp from 1984-86, he taught a group of children something about electromagnetism, and life.

Dr. Moon’s Method: Teaching the Joy of Scientific Discovery  

by Robert McLaughlin

Dr. Moon had his students reproduce some of the classic experiments of André-Marie Ampère, showing the relationship between electricity and magnetism. Moon’s former assistant, Robert McLaughlin, discusses the trials and tribulations—and joys—of that endeavor.

The Importance of Ampère’s Work  

by Laurence Hecht

The Ampère Crucial Experiments  


Break with Illusion To Stop the New Dark Age  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech to a conference of the International Caucus of Labor Committees.

Depopulation Lobby Mobilizes for the Earth Summit  

by Nancy Spannaus

In April, four studies came out, promoting the scurrilous lie that the world is in immediate danger if the world’s population is not reduced.

Civil War Danger in Former Soviet Union  

by William Jones

Brig. Gen. Paul Albert Scherer (ret.), the former head of West German military intelligence, delivers a warning to Capitol Hill.

U.S. Eggs On Serbian Massacre in Bosnia  

by Umberto Pascali

Difficult Times Ahead in Italy, with the Lombard League  

by Leonardo Servadio

Indonesia Blocks Aid to Its NGOs  

by Lydia Cherry

Fujimori Begins New Anti-Terror Crackdown  

by Carlos Valdez

‘Argentina’s Army Is Only an Abstraction’  

An interview with Hector Luis Campos.

International Intelligence  


Environmental Protection Tax—The Next Swindle  

by Carol White

The measures which Sen. Albert Gore intends to push through the Congress before the Rio summit, can only have the effect of turning the United States into a Third World country. Even Bush’s Department of Energy concedes that the U.S. economy cannot withstand further environmental measures of this sort.

LaRouche Campaign Got a Boost in Pennsylvania Primary  

An interview with Philip Valenti.

‘I’m Not a Legend, I’m a Myth’  

by Leo Scanlon

A profile of H. Ross Perot, Wall Street’s “independent” candidate for President.

Elephants & Donkeys  

Clinton Unresponsive to Plea for Fairchild.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharsin

A Private “Project Democracy” Fund.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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