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Volume 23, Number 30, July 26, 1996

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Interviews

Fans Nanic  

The new chief of staff of Bosnia’s President Izetbegovic, formerly spokesman for the Defense Ministry, talks to EIR about the need to “ignite the engine of our reconstruction.”

Book Reviews

Parody of J. Edgar in the White House  

by Edward Spannaus

Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House, by Gary Aldrich.

Departments

Editorial  

Britain’s War against Ireland.

Economics

It’s Not the Stock Market, but the Whole Shebang  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. tells a seminar in Washington, D.C. that the wild swings in the stock market indexes are a symptom of the underlying instability of the world banking system.

Swedish Conference: Win the War on Drugs  

by Karen Steinherz

Sweden has taken leadership in trying to make its nation drug-free, but international collaboration is essential to win the war.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Britain’s ‘Dope, Inc.’ Grows to $521 Billion  

by Dennis Small

Refutes the defeatism which says the war on drugs can’t be won, and announces the forthcoming new edition of Dope, Inc., the battle manual to put the drug cartel out of business for good.

Cocaine: Production Set for a New Takeoff Stage  

by Dennis Small

Marijuana: A $150 Billion Chunk of Dope, Inc. Production  

by Valerie Rush and Joyce Fredman

Heroin: Britain’s Opium Wars—Two Centuries, and Going Strong  

by Joseph Brewda

Synthetic Drugs: Pharmacological ‘Revolution’ Sweeps Europe, America  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The British Oligarchy’s Global Drug Money-Laundering Machine  

by Richard Freeman

Russia and Eastern Europe: Dope, Inc.’s Newest ‘Growth Market’  

by Linda de Hoyos

The Dope, Inc. Invasion of the Russian Economy  

by Roger Moore

A Winning Strategy: How Drugs Can Be Wiped Out, Totally  

by Dennis Small

LaRouche’s War on Drugs: A Bibliography  

International

Clinton Pulls Samper’s Visa for Abetting Drug Trade  

by Robyn Quijano

Documentation: Speeches at the Center for Colombian Studies by Armed Forces Commander Adm. Holden Delgado and Army Commander Gen. Harold Bedoya show how Colombian patriots are preparing to take back their country from the drug armies.

TransAfrica’s Payne Fields Anti-Sudan Bill  

by Linda de Hoyos

The ‘Ron Brown II’ Mission to Bosnia: A Chance To Defeat the British  

by Umberto Pascali

U.S. Commerce Secretary Mickey Kantor’s trip to Sarajevo signals a renewed American commitment to rebuilding the Bosnian nation. What’s needed is a new Marshall Plan.

International Intelligence  

National

President Clinton Is Back on the Policy Offensive  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

U.S. foreign policy initiatives since the Lyons summit of the Group of Seven, suggest that the President is rejecting the bad advice of campaign strategist Dick “Rasputin” Morris. Will he go the next step, and dump Morris himself?

House Republicans Cover Up Justice Department Role in Waco  

by Edward Spannaus

Two Cases Show Real Corruption of DOJ  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Republican muckrakers aren’t looking into the railroading of John Demjanjuk and the assassination of Tscherim Soobzokov by the DOJ permanent bureaucracy.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

Correction

Correction  

On p. 28 of our last issue, Figure 1 should have included the size of the U.S. labor force as of March 1996. The total labor force was 133.7 million, of which 34.7 million were employed in productive occupations and infrastructure, and 98.9 million in “overhead.”

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