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Volume 23, Number 19, May 3, 1996

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Dr. Randall C. Cutlip  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The Research Leader of the Respiratory and Neurologie Disease Research Unit of the National Animal Disease Center, in Ames, Iowa, discusses progress toward finding a test for bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or “Mad Cow” disease.

Book Reviews

Harvard Fraud Makes Mockery of the Nazi Holocaust  

by Mark Burdman

Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust, by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen.

Strategic Studies

Schiller Institute Exposes British Lies against Sudan  

by Susan Welsh

A conference on the theme, “Stop Dirty British Imperialist Operation Against Sudan,” was held in Washington, D.C. on April 20.

U.S. Interests Are the Natural Ally of the Cause of Sudan  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to the conference by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

‘Stop Wearing the Union Jack for Underwear’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An exchange between LaRouche and a member of the Sudanese opposition.

Fact vs. Fiction about Slavery in Sudan  

by Angelo B. Beda

The speech to the conference by Sudanese parliamentarian Angelo Beda.


Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Christian Economics Rejects Austerity.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Noriega: It’s Bush Who’s the Pusher.

Dateline Mexico  

by Jacobo Frontini

Trekking to the EZLN’s Lair.


The Truth about the Cold War.


International Monetary Fund Has Invaded Venezuela  

by Javier Almario

For two years it was the continent’s sole holdout against the savage British free-trade system. Now, after “kissing a very cold face,” the Caldera government risks reprisals from the terrorist forces inside the country.

Federal Reserve Policy Comes Under Scrutiny  

by William Jones

The flap erupted around Alan Greenspan’s reappointment.

Currency Rates  

Labor in Focus  

by Marianna Wertz

Unions versus Conservative Revolution.

Business Briefs  


Ten Years after Chernobyl: What Have We Learned?  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

In all the diplomatic and technical meetings, summits, and negotiations over the past ten years, no one has mentioned the simple fact that the capability now exists, using state-of-the-art designs, to complete a standard, 1,000 megawatt light water reactor in less than six years.

What Happened at Chernobyl  

The Soviet-Designed RBMK  

Nuclear Energy in the Former Soviet Bloc  

The Next Generation of Advanced Nuclear Reactors  

by Mark Wilsey

Compared to France and Japan, the United States has neglected nuclear energy, but ironically, American industry may soon be able to stage a dramatic comeback.


Report from Sarajevo: How Bosnia Survived the War  

by Umberto Pascali

A delegation representing the Committee to Save the Children in Bosnia-Hercegovina visited Croatia and Bosnia on April 12-19.

The Covert War against Arafat and Peace  

by Anton Chaitkin

Drug Legalizers Demand Peña Gómez be President  

by Carlos Wesley

The Dominican Republic elections will be held on May 16.

Lord Rees-Mogg Kicks the Dragon  

by Kathy Wolfe

The British are trying to destabilize China and hand President Clinton a foreign policy disaster.

Clinton Seeks Peace Conference on Korea  

by Kathy Wolfe

International Intelligence  


Conservative Revolution Writes Its Own Obituary  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Barely over a year since the insurgents’ takeover of Congress, Speaker Newt Gingrich is desperately trying to reverse the GOP’s legislative paralysis, and Senator Dole seems likely to lose his Presidential bid, badly.

LaRouche Wins 8.2% in Pennsylvania  

Whitewater: Case Grows for Removal of Starr  

by Edward Spannaus

Habeas Corpus Shredded in Antiterrorism Bill  

by Edward Spannaus

Queen Creates U.S. Priory of Knights  

by Scott Thompson

Elephants and Donkeys  

by Mel Klenetsky and Kathleen Klenetsky

Perot-Fulani: An Anti-Clinton Alliance.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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