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Volume 23, Number 40, October 4, 1996

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Book Reviews

The Dec. 3 Uprising, an Eyewitness Account  

by Gonzalo Huertas

Por qué Rebeldé (Why I Rebelled), by ex-Maj. Hugo Abete.

Lifting the Veil on the Secret Government  

by Dean Andromidas

In the Public Interest, by Gerald James.

Departments

Editorial  

A Shift in Clinton’s Campaign Strategy.

Science & Technology

Global Warming Scenario Exposed as Hot Air  

by Jim Olson

Contrary to the global warming charlatans, one thing is certain: If the geologic past is prelude to the future, an ice age is overdue.

Strategic Studies

Russian ‘Democrats’ Recruited to Conservative Revolution  

by Roman Bessonov

Part 2 of Roman Bessonov’s series on “The Anti-Utopia in Power.”

The Krieble Institute  

by Rachel Douglas

Krieble’s Friends in Yeltsin’s Service  

by Roman Bessonov

Economics

Czech Crisis Shows Idiocy of the Mont Pelerin Model  

by Lothar Komp

Just as 500 luminaries from Friedrich von Hayek’s madhouse were meeting in Vienna, their darling Czech Premier Vaclav Klaus was reeling from his country’s latest financial crisis.

The Russian Budget: Smoke and Mirrors  

by Rachel Douglas

Menem’s Austerity Dismembers Argentina  

by Cynthia R. Rush and Gonzalo Huertas

Documentation: Excerpts from an Aug. 22 letter to the President by jailed Army nationalist, Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín, and from two radio interviews with the colonel.

‘Managed’ Care Is Destroying Medicine, and Killing People  

by Marcia Merry Baker, John Hoefle, and Anthony K. Wikrent

EIR continues its research on the economic market basket, with a report on the coup d’état in U.S. health care, where prevention and patient care have been replaced by “cost containment” to maximize profits for the HMOs.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

John Shadegg: Hit Man for Newt’s Contract on America  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Arizona Congressional race between freshman Republican incumbent John Shadegg and LaRouche Democrat Maria Elena Milton will set the pace for whether the Democrats will re-take Congress on Nov. 5, and defeat the Nazi policies epitomized by “Congressman ValuJet.”

‘I’m Congressman ValuJet: Fly me!’  

by Mark Sonnenblick and Anton Chaitkin

A profile of John Shadegg.

The Goldwater Institute  

The GOPAC Role in Gingrich’s Revolution  

by Suzanne Rose

Newt Feels the Heat  

by Suzanne Rose

International

British Target U.S., Germany in Russian Power Struggle  

by Konstantin George and Gabriele Liebig

London’s Daily Telegraph and Financial Times pulled out the stops to convince Russians that the U.S. and Germany are behind the expansion of NATO, and not the London-Paris “Entente Cordiale.”

Netanyahu Unleashes ‘Temple Mount’ Plot To Destroy Mideast Peace  

by Joseph Brewda

The latest provocation in Jerusalem came on orders from British freemasonry.

Narco-Terrorist Offensive in Mexico: Government’s Weak Response Will Fail  

by Carlos Cota Meza and Dennis Small

Brazilian Government Rehabilitates Terrorist Leaders from the 1970s  

by Silvia Palacios

Including excerpts from the Mini-Manual of the Urban Guerrilla, by Carlos Marighella.

British Move Ahead with Project To Balkanize Canada, United States  

by Raynald Rouleau

Why would the British foment separatism in the Queen’s own Canada?

International Intelligence  

National

‘CIA’ Is a Dead End in Contra-Cocaine Scandal  

by Edward Spannaus

George Bush was the kingpin behind the flood of crack that his Contras sold to Los Angeles’ gangs.

Who Murdered Edgar Allan Poe?  

by Marianna Wertz

The lie that Poe died as a result of alcohol and drug abuse, was refuted 25 years ago by EIR researcher Allen Salisbury.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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