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Volume 19, Number 47, November 27, 1992

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Interviews

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.  

The political prisoner talks with an Italian news agency about how to save Italy from foreign intervention, starting with the current investigations into Freemasonry.

Departments

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Alarm Sounded on AIDS in Asia.

Music Views and Reviews  

by H. Graham Lowry

A Superb Version of the Beethoven Violin Sonatas.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A Truckload of Explosive Secret Files.

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario and Valerie Rush

Colombian Oil and Terrorism.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

No Surrender on Right to Army.

Editorial  

A Travesty of History.

Books

Verdict: The Death Penalty Can Never Be Just  

by Katherine Notley

Life Sentences: Rage and Survival Behind Bars, by Wilbert Rideau and Ron Wikberg; Crossed Over: A Murder/A Memoir, by Beverly Lowry.

A Pioneer in Poetry for the Very Young  

by Richard Welsh and Susan Welsh

Margaret Wise Brown: Awakened by the Moon, by Leonard S. Marcus; The Fish with the Deep Sea Smile, by Margaret Wise Brown; The Log of Christopher Columbus’ First Voyage to America in the Year 1492, edited by Margaret Wise Brown; Homes in the Wilderness: A Pilgrim’s Journal of Plymouth Plantation in 1629, edited by Margaret Wise Brown.

Kirkland Dancing in Ever Smaller Circles  

by Katherine Kanter

The Shape of Love, by Gelsey Kirkland and Greg Lawrence.

Economics

‘Post-Industrial Society’ Empties Coffers of States  

by H. Graham Lowry

Clinton talks about creating 250,000 jobs through tax credits and puny investment levels in infrastructure, but California alone has lost over 800,000 jobs in the last two years.

Louisiana Economy Sinking Deeper into Bankers’ Swamp  

by Brian Lantz

Huey Long’s Challenge to the Establishment  

by Brian Lantz

Currency Rates  

Behind the ‘Mexican Miracle’: Faked Statistics, Austerity, and New Debt  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Useful Facts, from the Workers and Peasants’ Paradise of Great Britain  

by Katherine Kanter

Australian Ecologists in Land Grab  

by Nigel Gleeson

New Age Gaia worshipers, armed with stringent environmentalist legislation, are driving farmers to the edge.

Fusion power: Sandia May Be First To Show Energy Gain  

by Charles B. Stevens

Agriculture  

by Suzanne Rose

Food Available, But Not for the Needy.

Business Briefs  

Feature

LaRouche Demands Freedom; Calls Judge ‘Intractably Biased’  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Attorneys for political prisoner Lyndon LaRouche have filed a new appeal, citing the steady stream of new evidence coming in that documents the outrageous actions of the “Get LaRouche” task force in railroading an innocent man into prison.

Documentation: Excerpts from the appeal of LaRouche’s 2255 motion.

‘A Political Trial, Like the Dreyfus Affair’  

by Friedrich-August von der Heydte

By Friedrich-August von der Heydte, a leading German professor of constitutional and international law.

Judge Who Jailed LaRouche Ran Guns  

International

Project Democracy Tries Military Coup in Peru  

by Gretchen Small

Investigations into the Nov. 13 attempted coup against President Fujimori have uncovered overwhelming evidence that the operation was directed from Washington.

Matrix Court Case in U.K. Shows: EIR Was Right on Iraq War  

by Joseph Brewda

Matrix-Churchill: Setting Up Iraq for the Kill  

by Dean Andromidas

NATO ‘Humanitarian Aid’ to Bosnia a Farce  

by Katherine Kanter

Last Chance To Settle Tajikistan Civil War  

by Konstantin George

India Gives Amnesty a Rough Time  

by Ramtanu Maitra

The Ideas of the Renaissance are Italy’s Most Powerful Weapon Today  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche, Jr., conducted by the Agenzia Giornalistica Repubblica.

Revival of Friedrich Nietzsche Proceeds Apace in Israel and United Kingdom  

by Mark Burdman

Nietzsche Inspired British Master-Racists  

by Mark Burdman

Kissinger, Powell Snubbed in S. America  

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence  

National

Evidence Reveals OSI Knew Demjanjuk Was Innocent  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

In hearings in Federal court, two former officials of the Justice Department’s Office of Special Investigations spill the beans on the way the frameup was carried out.

POWs Said To Have Been Abandoned in North Korea and Siberia  

by Scott Thompson

Drug Lobby Sets New Strategy for the Clinton Presidency  

At a conference of the Drug Policy Foundation, the marching orders came down: Keep a low profile, but push the pro-drug agenda through.

Brzezinski Opens Policy Debate for Clinton  

by Paul Goldstein

103rd Congress: No Cakewalk for Clinton  

by William Jones

World of Socrates Seen in D.C. Exhibit  

by Nora Hamerman

Eye on Washington  

by Katherine Notley

Feds Defend Klan Statue.

National News  

Correction

In our interview with Gianni Cipriani last week (page 49), an editorial error attributed to Mr. Cipriani the statement beginning, “At this point, Cordova is being helped by a pool of magistrates known for their determination to go after the Mafia.” That statement, to the end of the paragraph, was an editor’s interpolation, based upon press accounts.

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