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Volume 22, Number 22, May 26, 1995

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Interviews

Chalmers Johnson  

A founder of the revisionist school of economists, Professor Johnson is currently at the University of California in San Diego.

Peter Ferdinand  

Mr. Ferdinand is the former Asia director of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London.

Col. Yakubu Mu’azu  

by Lawrence Freeman

The military administrator of Nigeria’s Sokoto state discusses the problems and future prospects facing his state and the nation.

Minister Louis Farrakhan  

by Dennis Speed

The leader of the Nation of Islam comments on his reconciliation with Dr. Betty Shabazz.

Book Reviews

‘The Feminine Technology’: A Study of Pioneering Women in Nuclear Physics  

by Jessica Primack

Kernenergie: Die weibliche Technik (Nuclear Energy: The Feminine Technology), by Jonathan Tennenbaum.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Ecology Policy Made by the Windsors.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Economic Impulses from the Far East.

Dateline Mexico  

by Valerie Rush

EZLN Financing Under Investigation.

Editorial  

Forget Sherlock Holmes.

Economics

Halifax Summit Becomes a Focus of Economic Debate  

by Christopher White

There is a brawl going on among those who say that nothing need be done at all about the financial crisis; those who say that administrative means can deal with it; and those who insist that the crisis is systemic, and that any measures taken which do not address that, will only make things worse.

Bankers Play Their Last Card in Brazil  

by Silvia Palacios

How Will Chirac Face Administrative Despots?  

by Jacques Cheminade

Behind the Scenes of the Paris Stock Market Rise  

by Christine Bierre

The International Monetary Fund’s ‘Mexico Model’ Produces Starvation  

by Carlos Méndez

Address to a conference of the Schiller Institute in Washington, D.C.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Heroic Legacy of Argentine President Arturo Frondizi  

by Cynthia R. Rush

In memory of a fighter for human dignity and economic development, President of Argentina from 1958 to 1962, who died on April 18.

Democratic Vocation, Moral Principles Marked Lifetime of Arturo Frondizi  

by Carlos José González Cabral

By the private and political secretary of Dr. Frondizi.

Arturo Frondizi In His Own Words  

by Arturo Frondizi

International

British Spokesmen Call for ‘Creative Chaos’ in Asia  

by Kathy Wolfe

The “Revisionist” Economists Are Out To Wreck U.S. Relations with Japan.

We Need ‘Creative Chaos’ in East Asia  

An interview with Chalmers Johnson.

Regional Nuclear Wars Are Possible in Asia  

An interview with Peter Ferdinand.

The Balkans: ‘Bring Us Poison,’ Cry the Citizens of Bihac  

by Katharine Kanter

LaRouche in Halle Pays Tribute to Mathematician Georg Cantor  

by Wolfgang Lillge, M.D.

A report from a Schiller Institute seminar in the city known as the cultural capital of the eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt, where Cantor lived until his death.

Peoples War Group Terrorizes India  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Nigeria’s Fight for Development: The Experience of Sokoto State  

by Lawrence Freeman

An interview with Col. Yakubu Mu’azu.

Menem Sweeps Argentine Elections; What Next?  

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence  

National

Defining the Alternatives to Global Collapse  

by Nancy Spannaus

Lyndon LaRouche and Helga Zepp-LaRouche address a Washington conference of the Schiller Institute on “The Global Financial Crisis: To Be or Not To Be.”

‘Seeking Reconciliation Through Atonement’  

by Dennis Speed

An interview with Minister Louis Farrakhan.

ADL’s Murray Janus and Partner Indicted  

Unexpected Blow to Constitution-Wreckers  

by Leo Scanlon

The long-planned “Conference of the States” was cancelled due to popular opposition.

New Threat to U.S. Health Care: Hospitals Without Nurses  

by Linda Everett

If proposed cuts in Medicare and Medicaid go through, a currently disastrous situation will become much, much worse.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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