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Volume 23, Number 25, June 14, 1996

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Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

The Dangers of Inaction.

Andean Report  

by Sara Madueño

Peru Doubles Its Debt.

Editorial  

It’s Never Too Late.

Investigation

Israel’s Patriots vs. Harvard’s Racists  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On the subject of Daniel Goldhagen’s highly publicized book, Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust.

The British Fraud behind Harvard’s Goldhagen Provocation  

by Anton Chaitkin

A documentary report.

xEconomics

Cargill Issues Free Trade Edict, as Cupboards Go Bare  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Former Cargill executive Daniel Amstutz lies that the world food crisis is “a temporary aberration,” and proclaims: “It would be a mistake to use the current situation as an excuse to mandate multilateral, intergovernmental stockpiling of food products.”

Business Briefs  

Feature

Beijing Promotes Grand Design for Eurasian Progress  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

On May 7-9, over 460 experts and leading officials from 34 countries gathered in Beijing, China, to participate in an historic International Symposium for Development of the Regions along the Euro-Asia Continental Bridge.

Conference in Bejing: Toward a New ‘Continental Bridge Era’ for Eurasia  

by Mark Burdman

There was a “clash of cultures”: between the policy of economic development and peace, on the one side, and, on the other, the British Empire’s geopolitical machinations to prevent the creation of a flourishing Eurasian continental bridge.

‘The Cantata of the Continental Bridge’  

Secure Peace Through Common Development  

by Song Jian

State Councillor of the People’s Republic of China, chairman of the State Science and Technology Commission, and chairman of the State Environmental Protection Commission.

China Must Play by ‘Free Trade’ Rules  

by Sir Leon Brittan

Vice president of the European Commission.

The Start of a New Economic Era for a New Civilization  

by Rui Zingwen

Chairman of the China Development and Promotion Commission of the New Euro-Asia Continental Bridge.

Iran: An East-West Strategic Bridge  

by A. Broujerdi

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran.

Building the Silk Road Land-Bridge  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

President of the Schiller Institute in Germany and the chairman of the Schiller Institute Board of Directors in the United States.

Tennenbaum Presents LaRouche’s Economics  

History of the New Continental Bridge  

by Ma Hong

Famous Chinese economist.

Maglev for the Future  

Provincial Leaders and Infrastructure Experts Endorse the ‘New Silk Road’  

Draft papers by Chinese contributors to the conference.

China 25 Years Later  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A personal report by the Schiller Institute founder.

International

Yeltsin Goes for Broke in Pre-Election Scramble  

by Konstantin George and Rachel Douglas

Elections are lost and won in the provinces, and there, the President is well aware, he needs the support of the military-industrial complex. But, buying an election is expensive.

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche Sets the Tone for Democratic Victory  

by Mel Klenetsky

Having won nearly 600,000 votes during the Presidential primaries, despite a media blackout of his candidacy, LaRouche moves to the next phase of his campaign: “roasting” the fascists who are demanding budget cuts that will lead to the certain death of their poor, sick, and elderly constituents.

What Does the Senator from Mississippi Have To Hyde?  

by Mark Sonnenblick

A profile of Trent Lott.

Scalia Feeds Frenzy over Supreme Court ‘Gay Rights’ Ruling  

by Edward Spannaus

National News  

Corrections

Corrections  

In EIR, May 24, the article on p. 21, “The Queen’s ‘Honorary Knights’ in America,” contained errors respecting British honorary titles, of putative U.S. citizens, which had been supplied by British official sources. Continuing inquiry has developed information from higher authorities. Gen. Colin Powell is actually a Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath, making him the third-highest knight in the United States, just below Presidents Reagan and Bush (and above Henry Kissinger). Caspar Weinberger is a Knight Grand Cross of the British Empire.

In the same issue, on p. 25, footnotes 2 and 3 were reversed.

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