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Volume 21, Number 15, April 8, 1994

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Book Reviews

Yes, She Did Run Astray!  

by Anno Hellenbroich

Verirrt—Mein Leben in einer radikalen Politorganisation (Run Astray-My Life in a Radical Political Organization), by Aglaja Beyes-Corleis.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Communists Wave “Anti-Fascist” Flag.

Report from Rio  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

“Lula” Program Shocks Brazilians.

Northern Flank  

by Michael Ericson

Politically Correct Science Panics.

Editorial  

Our Unique Authority.

Economics

Gonzalez Warns of Collapse: Media Cover Their Ears  

by Christopher White

Gonzalez blasted derivatives as “an electronic Ponzi scheme” that is going to cause us real damage, and called for a 0.1% tax to curb such transactions. It’s definitely a step in the right direction.

MFN Linked to Western Banks’ Rights  

by Cho Wen-pin

Nigerian Head of State Reaffirms: ‘No Turning Back’ on Economy  

by Lydia Cherry

Gen. Sani Abacha says Nigeria won’t apply the IMF’s Structural Adjustment Program, as officials say, “We are not a colony of the World Bank.”

Currency Rates  

Peru Defies IMF, Wants Infrastructure  

by Peter Rush

Green Watcher  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Hoaxsters Declare War on Venezuela.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Genocide in Cairo: Conference Plans To Sterilize the World  

by Paul Gallagher

The malthusians are promoting a program to reduce the world’s population by 80% during the 21st century—a scale of genocide worse than Adolf Hitler’s.

UN’s Action Program for the Cairo Conference  

Pope Expresses ‘Grave Concern’ over UN Agenda  

by Pope John Paul II

How Swedish Race Hygienists Became the UN’s Top ‘Population Experts’  

by Torbjoern Jerlerup

Reports from Stockholm on the true history of the “Nordic UN Project.”

International

Will Colosio’s British Assassins Kill Mexico, Too?  

by Gretchen Small

It is truly amazing how quickly the U.S. ambassador and the British press pronounced that the murder was the work of a “lone assassin.” Nothing could be further from the truth.

Profile of an ‘Aztec’ John Hinckley  

British Media Orchestrate Coverup of Colosio Murder  

Obregón (1928), Colosio (1994): Two Murders Changed Mexico’s History  

Hollinger Corp. Destabilizes Turkey  

by Joseph Brewda

The Free Market Logic of Fascism in Mussolini’s Italy, and Today  

by Leonardo Servadio

Our correspondent from Milan shows how history is repeating itself today, with the collapse of the First Italian Republic creating the conditions for the emergence of a new fascism.

Italian Elections Continue Destabilization Strategy  

by Paolo Raimondi

How Morgan Press Trust Brought U.S. Into War  

Pro-Drug ‘Dialogue’ Seeks To Place Peña Gómez in Dominican Presidency  

by Carlos Wesley

‘Industrialize the World with the Policies of Hamilton and LaRouche’  

by Dr. Arturo Frondizi

The former President of Argentina addresses the Second Conference of the Federation for World Peace.

Fruits of the IMF: Ethnic Warfare on the Rise in Africa  

by Lawrence Eyong-Echaw

Will France Break the Embargo against Iraq?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

International Intelligence  

National

‘It Is Your Presidency They Are Assaulting’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Foreword by Lyndon LaRouche to a booklet, “Assault on the Presidency,” soon to be published by A LaRouche Exploratory Committee: Committee to Reverse the Accelerating Global Economic & Strategic Crisis.

British Intelligence Agent Leads Press Onslaught against the U.S. Presidency  

by Scott Thompson

A profile of Sunday Telegraph scribbler Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.

After Hebron, Battle Lines Sharpen in the U.S. Jewish Community  

by Harley Schlanger

Michigan: Battle Rages over School Privatization  

by Suzanne Rose

National News  

Corrections

In our March 25 issue, the ambassador of Somalia to India, Mohamed Osman Omar, is misidentified as “Dr. Osman” on pages 16-17. In the interview with Mr. Osman Omar on p. 25, a typographical error conveyed an error of fact: Siad Barre is now somewhere in Nigeria, not Niger.

In our issue of April 1, the quote from William Butler Yeats on p. 66 should read, “Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,” instead of “Near anarchy....”

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