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Volume 20, Number 14, April 9, 1993

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Interviews

Pavlo Movchan and Volodymyr Shovkoshitny  

by Rachel Douglas

Two Ukrainian parliamentarians evaluate the current strategic situation. Mr. Movchan is a poet and playwright, and was one of the initiators of Rukh, the Ukrainian independence movement. Mr. Shovkoshitny is a geologist and nuclear engineer who worked at the Chernobyl nuclear power station.

Infrastructure

Czechs and Slovaks Plan Link to European Waterways  

by Alexander Hartmann

The proposed Danube-Oder-Elbe waterway is an excellent complement to LaRouche’s Productive Triangle; it can only be financed by an immediate shift to Hamiltonian methods of national banking.

Users Fees Will Dismantle America’s Inland Waterways  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The Clinton Administration wants a 525% increase in the tax paid per gallon of towboat fuel by the barge industry—and industry representatives are up in arms.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Will There Be a Devaluation?

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A Phony “Fourth Generation” of Terrorists.

Andean Report  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Peru Questions U.S. Rights Record.

Editorial  

The Crucial Question.

Economics

Kenya Draws the Line against the IMF’s ‘Cure’  

by Linda de Hoyos

Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi, a long-time ally of the United States, sent a shockwave through the banking community on March 22 by announcing that Kenya would no longer carry out measures demanded by the International Monetary Fund.

IMF Policies on Kenya Will Lead to Hell  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Russia’s New Finance Czar an IMF Flunky  

by Konstantin George

Meet Boris Fyodorov: shock therapist.

Chinese Communist Rulers Warn of New Peasant Revolt  

by Mary M. Burdman

The Dubious Success of Polish Free Market Reforms  

by Anna Kaczor

What can you expect, when looters are called “investors”?

Currency Rates  

U.S. Unemployment Coverup  

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Statue of Satanist Albert Pike Must Come Down  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to a conference of the Schiller Institute and the International Caucus of Labor Committees, addresses the theme of “Pike and Satanism: From the Civil War to C. Fred Kleinknecht.”

Masons Conspire for World Power: The Pike-Mazzini Correspondence  

by Anton Chaitkin

D.W. Griffith’s ‘The Birth of a Nation,’ Hollywood, and the KKK  

by Mark Calney

International

Defeat for Socialists Gives France a New Opportunity  

President Mitterrand’s party’s defeat left the “right-wing” parties with the biggest parliamentary majority in French history since 1815, but they don’t know what to do.

LaRouche: France Must Take New Initiative Now  

UN ‘Truth Commission’ on El Salvador Is One Big Lie  

by Gretchen Small

Documentation: A booklet issued by the El Salvador Armed Forces exposes the communists’ drive to dismantle the military.

Serbia on Spring Offensive; U.S. Intervention Long Overdue  

by Dean Andromidas and Michael Liebig

Bosnia Presents Charges of Serbian Genocide to International Court  

The Israeli Hand behind the International Terror Wave  

by Joseph Brewda

Mexican Masons, PRI Lose Big in Battle against LaRouche  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Documentation: LaRouche’s reply to the “far-fetched and improbable” accusations against him.

New Taiwan Rulers Risk China’s Future  

by Michael Billington and Ray Wei

The African Perspective on the Somalian Crisis  

by Dr. Felix Austin Igwemadu

Dr. Felix Austin Igwemadu is president of the African Heritage Education and Research Institute.

International Intelligence  

National

San Francisco Probe Bares Gross ADL Illegalities  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Anti-Defamation League’s illegal spying on its political opponents, now the subject of a criminal investigation, included extensive files on two Los Angeles-based associates of Lyndon LaRouche.

Top Violinist Honors Martin Luther King  

by John Sigerson

Dr. Norbert Brainin and Günter Ludwig played for the civil rights movement, in concerts in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery, Alabama.

Complaint Alleges Attorney Lied on Stand  

More from the case of “Kidnappers, Inc.”

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones and Carl Osgood

National News  

Corrections

In our last issue, we mistakenly reported (page 76) that an advertisement signed by thousands of prominent people, appealing to President Clinton to free LaRouche, had been published in the New York Times. It appeared in the Washington Post and Excélsior of Mexico on Jan. 20, 1993.

Advertisements for some books sold by Ben Franklin Booksellers and EIR News Service, Inc. which have appeared recently in this magazine, have sometimes omitted the postage and handling costs, or have been worded so as to confuse the price of the books with the shipping costs. For The Ugly Truth about the ADL, ($7) and The Civil War and the American System ($15), add $3.50 per book, plus $50 each additional book in a single order to cover postage and handling. For information about bulk rates, please contact Ben Franklin Booksellers at (703) 777-3661 or toll-free (800) 453-4108. We regret the confusion caused by these errors.

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