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Volume 23, Number 43, October 25, 1996

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Interviews

David Schildmeier  

by Marianna Wertz

The Director of Public Communications for the Massachusetts Nurses Association talks about the group’s legislative initiatives to reverse the crisis in health care.

Alfredo Allende  

by Gerardo Terán Canal

Dr. Allende is a national deputy representing the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, a member of the Radical Civic Union party, and the secretary of the Congressional Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

How Fast Will German Labor Learn?

Editorial  

Insist on Development!

Economics

Central Bankers Scramble To Stop Financial Blowout  

by William Engdahl

The Bank for International Settlements wants new regulations to control “cross-border banking,” while former J.P. Morgan Bank chief economist Rimmer de Vries warns that if another national banking system blows up, like Mexico’s did two years ago, “there will not be any billion-dollar rescue packages. The crisis will simply be allowed to happen.”

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Political Economy

While Monetarism Dies  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Preface to the forthcoming Chinese translation of his economics text, So, You Wish to Learn All About Economics?

Feature

‘Managed Health Care’ Is a Crime Against Humanity  

by Marcia Merry Baker

It’s not a question of “abuses” of the system; the whole system is a threat to the public welfare. People are being killed in order to boost the profit margins of the managed health care companies.

‘Managed Care’ Subverts U.S. Health System, 1960s-1990s  

A timeline.

Managed Care’s Scorched-Earth Medical and Hospital Policy  

by Richard Freeman

Profile of a Public Health Asset-Stripper  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Profile of Columbia/HCA Corp.

The Hill-Burton Act  

States Fight Back against Managed Care, Hospital Asset-Stripping  

Massachusetts Nurses Are ‘Going Public’ with the Hospital Crisis  

by Marianna Wertz

An interview with David Schildmeier.

International

Ibero-American Campaign: Time To Bury the IMF!  

by Carlos Wesley and Valerie Rush

A report on the “First Continental Mobilization: There Is Life After the Death of the IMF.” The principal forum was in Mexico City, and other events took place all over South America.

Documentation: From the messages of support sent by Argentina’s Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín, Panama’s Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega, and France’s Jacques Cheminade.

Much of the Foreign Debt Is Illegitimate  

by Gerardo Terán Canal

An interview with Alfredo Allende.

Pakistani Gen. Beg Adopts LaRouches’ Concept for Euro-Asian Land-Bridge  

by Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg (ret.)

From a speech delivered in Beijing on “China and the Post Cold War Paradigm in Asia.” General Beg is the former Chief of Staff of the Pakistani Army.

Myanmar and the Opium Trade  

by Michael Billington and Gail G. Billington

Will Dope, Inc. lose control of the Golden Triangle?

Assisted Suicide in the Netherlands: Nazi Policy Is No Model for the U.S.A.  

by Linda Everett

International Intelligence  

National

Weld Nailed for Coverup of Bush-Contra Drug Ties  

by Anton Chaitkin

Exposed by Sen. John Kerry for his role in blocking an investigation of drug-running by the Contras, Massachusetts Gov. William Weld strikes out against the “conspiracy theories” of Lyndon LaRouche.

Brits Say GOP Will Win the Congress  

by Mark Burdman

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and Lord William Rees-Mogg, principal operatives in the slander campaign against President Clinton, are putting out the line that the “fix” is in for a Republican victory in the Congressional election.

Maria Elena Milton: ‘It’s Not Negative Campaigning, It’s Telling the Truth!’  

by Katherine Notley

“Maria is eating sharks for dinner tonight,” was the comment of one supporter, after her debate with incumbent John Shadegg, the chairman of Newt Gingrich’s GOPAC and a leading light of the Conservative Revolution.

National News  

Correction

In EIR of Oct. 11, p. 60, Zupair Mohamed Sailih was misidentified; he is Sudan’s first Vice-President. The Vice-President is traditionally a Christian, and the current Vice-President is George Kangor.

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