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Volume 20, Number 38, October 1, 1993

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Interviews

Teresa Platt  

A member of the San Diego Fishermen’s Coalition refutes the lies of Greenpeace about dolphin mortality in tuna fishing.

Lyndon LaRouche  

In his weekly radio interview with “EIR Talks,” economist LaRouche discusses the disintegration of political regimes around the world, from Moscow to Washington to Beijing.

Msgr. Michael Fitzgerald  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Secretary of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue discusses the role of religious leaders in fostering Mideast peace.

Sen. Kamel Al-Sharif  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Senator Al-Sharif is the editor of Ad Destour and secretary general of the International Islamic Council for Daw’a and Relief. He is a special envoy of Crown Prince Hassan of Jordan.

Book Reviews

Conserving the Landed Gentry’s Tax Dollars  

by Margaret Sexton

Good Dirt: Confessions of a Conservationist, by David E. Morine.

Science & Technology

Pacific Tuna Fishermen Take On Greenpeace  

by Jim Duree

San Diego is now safer from the environmentalists and their phony claims about the dangers to dolphins from purse seine fishing, as Teresa Platt of the Fishermen’s Coalition explains.

Departments

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

Colombia’s Food Security At Risk.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Germany and Its ‘Instead-of’ Elites.

Editorial  

No “Free-Market” Health Care.

Economics

LaRouche vs. World Bank Plan for the Mideast  

by Joseph Brewda

Washington is organizing “donors conferences” to raise funds for Mideast development, but the paltry sums under discussion will not do the job of underwriting the historic Israel-PLO accord.

U.S. Emergency Mobilization Needed To Save Flood-Ravaged Midwest Towns  

by Marcia Merry

A case study of the town of Grafton, Illinois. The town has prepared a $29 million plan to rebuild, but where is the money going to come from?

Currency Rates  

Tractorcades Continue in Mexico, Demanding Farm Debt Moratorium  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Agriculture  

by Margaret Sexton

Farm Protests Explode as GATT Stalls.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Crocodile Tears over Mutual Funds.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Leibniz, Cantor, and LaRouche on the Human Mind  

by Gabriele Liebig

Only by comprehending the power of great ideas to shape world history, can we find the means to reverse the present crisis. An analysis presented by Gabriele Liebig, executive member of the International Caucus of Labor Committees, to an ICLC meeting in Paris.

International

Yeltsin Dissolves Parliament as Russia’s Crisis Deepens  

by Konstantin George

The “Yeltsin coup” is not a step toward International Monetary Fund-style “democracy,” as the Clinton State Department hopes, but rather brings Russia closer to an imperial dictatorship.

‘Ex’-Communists Win in Poland  

by John Sigerson

European Leaders Call for Quick Action To Build Infrastructure in Middle East  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche and Jacques Cheminade

A statement by the leaders of the Schiller Institute in Germany and France.

India and China Decide To Shed Hostility, Sign Historic Accord  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

China Faces Breakup, Internal Report Warns  

by Mark Burdman

NATO in Balkans Would Be a Disaster  

by Srecko Jurdana

A commentary by Croatian military specialist Srecko Jurdana.

Franciscans Issue Appeal on Balkans  

Argentina a Battering Ram against Brazil  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Brazil’s New Minister Would Surrender Amazon  

by Valerie Rush

International Intelligence  

National

Clinton’s Drug Policy Will Increase Illegal Drug Flows  

by Ronald Kokinda

The Coast Guard and Customs Service are furious over the Administration’s shift away from attempts at interdiction of illegal drugs, to a policy based on reducing the demand for drugs at home and military intervention abroad.

Top International Delegation Tells Congress: ‘The World Needs LaRouche’  

Documentation: The text of an ad placed in the Washington Post, signed by some 350 world leaders, calling on President Clinton to free LaRouche.

Virginia Prepares To Jail Four More LaRouche Associates  

ADL Spy Scandal Just Won’t Go Away  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

OBE in Action: A Day in a Michigan School  

by Lisa Morency

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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