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Volume 19, Number 36, September 11, 1992

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Interviews

Leonidas Gasoni  

by María del Carmen Cabanillas

The president of Argentina’s Inter-Cooperative Agricultural Confederation (Coninagro) shows the disastrous impact of the Menem government’s free market policies on Argentina’s farmers.

Dmytro Ponamarchuk  

by Rachel Douglas

The press spokesman for the presidential campaign of Vyacheslav Chornovil, leader of the Ukrainian independence movement Rukh, is sharply critical of the Kravchuk government.

Dmytro Pavlychko  

by Mark Burdman

The chairman of the parliamentary commission of the Ukrainian Parliament tells why he opposes the Maastricht Treaty on European Union.

Prof. Mohammed Arkoun  

by Dean Andromidas

An Algerian professor of the history of Islamic thought, teaching at the Sorbonne in Paris, charges that the West has misunderstood-or ignored-the nature of developments in the Islamic world.

Departments

Andean Report  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Are Boloña’s Days Numbered?

Report from Rio  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

Collor’s Government Is Done For.

Editorial  

Support the Dannemeyer Resolution.

Education

Education in America: Science for Survival  

by Dr. James W. Frazer

What do you do with a young generation that thinks the main purpose of going to high school is to meet members of the opposite sex? Part 1 of a two-part curriculum proposal. Dr. Frazer is with the University of Texas Health Center in San Antonio.

Economics

Hurricane Andrew Blows Away Myth of the ‘Recovery’  

The Pentagon saw it coming, but nothing was done. Now, 250,000 people are homeless in Florida. They are not the victims of Mother Nature, but of an economic policy which allowed substandard housing construction and dilapidated infrastructure.

Andrew an Ill Wind for Insurance Sector  

by John Hoefle

Japan Announces Economic Growth Plan  

by Kathy Wolfe

Argentina’s Austerity Policy Threatens Agro Producers  

by María del Carmen Cabanillas

An interview with Leonidas Gasoni.

Dannemeyer: Ozone Hoax Is ‘Bad Science’  

Currency Rates  

International Credit  

by John Hoefle

Death Throes of the “Dollar Era.”

U.S. Unemployment Coverup  

Business Briefs  

International

Stasi Agent: ‘We Spread Lie that LaRouche Killed Palme’  

by Göran Haglund

A former East German Stasi agent confirms what EIR reported six years ago: that communist disinformation was behind the campaign to blame Lyndon LaRouche’s associates for the murder of Sweden’s prime minister.

Who Is Steering the Rostock Riots?  

Flight Ban: New Plot To Dismantle Iraq  

Colombian Government’s Pact with the Devil Comes to Light  

by Andrea Olivieri

One Year after Independence, Ukraine Faces Test of Sovereignty  

by Rachel Douglas

Rachel Douglas reports from Kiev on the high stakes in Ukraine’s struggle for survival.

LaRouche Addresses the Nations of Africa  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Oil Embargo of Serbia Misses Its Target  

by Konstantin George

International Intelligence  

Feature

The British Role in the Creation of Maoism  

by Michael Billington

The Chinese Communist Party of Mao Zedong was the culmination of a British colonial project—led by the evil Bertrand Russell—to crush the current of Sun Yat-sen, which used the 2,000-year-old traditions of Confucius and Christ to build a Chinese republican movement.

National

Bush Policy toward Balkans Is ‘Classic Appeasement’  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Even members of the State Department bureaucracy can’t take it any more, as shown by the dramatic resignation of George Kenney, the department’s acting chief of Yugoslav affairs.

California Budget Cuts Only the Beginning  

by Brian Lantz

LaRouche: ‘Why I Demand an End to the Death Penalty in the United States’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Bush “Clinically Depressed.”

National News  

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