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Volume 20, Number 1, January 1, 1993

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Interviews

Siahyonkron Nyanseor  

by Lawrence Freeman

The chairman of the Schiller Institute’s African Anti-Malthusian League is also the former president of the Union of Liberian Associations of the Americas.

Departments

Editorial  

Ten years for the Club of Life.

Africa’s Crisis Today

Industrialize Africa To Ensure World’s Future  

by Nancy Spannaus

The crisis facing Africa today need never have occurred; it was the direct result of a malthusian and colonialist policy. Now, the challenge of repairing that damage and helping the continent to flourish, as it certainly could, is a moral litmus test for mankind.

1990s Decade: Breaking Point for the IMF or for Africa?  

by Linda de Hoyos

The contradiction between the tremendous productive capacity of Africa and the terrible misery of its malnourished citizens was caused by what Pope John Paul II called the “structures of sin.”

Immediate Relief Needs for Somalia  

by Marcia Merry

‘There Is No Reason for Africa To Be in This Crisis’  

by Lawrence Freeman

A Liberian intellectual who lives in Atlanta tells how food is used as a weapon by the Anglo-Americans against good government in Africa.

The LaRouche Record

An 18-year Fight To Save Africa from Catastrophe  

Since the founding of Lyndon LaRouche’s political movement, he and his associates have focused attention on the issue of saving Africa from the malthusians, those who have condemned the people of that continent to die as “useless eaters.” A chronology of some of the highlights of that effort.

A Proposal To Solve Africa’s Debt Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a memorandum by Lyndon LaRouche, “Resolving the Debt/Credit Crisis of Africa,” issued on April 23, 1986.

‘For a True Fourth United Nations Development Decade’  

From a proposal by the Schiller Institute, submitted to the 46th Regular Session of the UN General Assembly on Sept. 12, 1991.

Critique of the Lagos Plan: Stop Club of Rome Genocide in Africa  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a book-length memorandum by Lyndon LaRouche, circulated in response to the Organization of African Unity’s April 1980 “Lagos Plan of Action.”

Program for Development

Develop Africa’s Vast Food Potential with Great Projects  

by Marcia Merry

The continent boasts some of the most outstanding “natural food belts” on the globe. Sudan alone, given sufficient inputs of fertilizer, irrigation, and technology, could be the foremost grain and grazing producer in the world.

Railroads Needed for Industrialization  

From The Industrialization of Africa, a book issued in 1980 by the Fusion Energy Foundation.

Without Water, There Is No Life: A Program To Make the Deserts Bloom  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The theoretical standpoint from which to understand an economy’s requirements for water. The doctrine of “limited resources” is a lie, propagated by those who seek to control nations by imposing artificial scarcity.

The Restoration of the Lake Chad Basin  

by Yves Messer

Water Projects on the Drawing Boards  

by Marcia Merry

My 15-Year War on Pandemic Disease  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A speech by Lyndon LaRouche to the World Conference on HIV-AIDS and Global Depopulation, held in Philadelphia on Nov. 28-30, 1989.

South Africa Can Be a Powerhouse for Developing the Whole Region  

by Roger Moore

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