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Volume 25, Number 4, January 23, 1998

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Interviews

James B. Muckerheide

Mr. Muckerheide is the president of Radiation, Science, & Health, Inc. (RSH), a group of independent radiation health effects scientists and analysts which has been at the center of the battle to put radiation protection standards on a more scientific basis.

Pat DeLessio

An attorney for Legal Action of Wisconsin demonstrates how Wisconsin’s model “welfare reform” is leaving the poor with no means of support.

Kelly Bablitch

A policy analyst for Wisconsin State Sen. Gendolynn Moore exposes the breakdown in the state’s “WisconsinWorks” program.

History

Tibet’s Lamas: the old, and the new, dark ages

by Michael O. Billington and Paul B. Gallagher

How did Tibet, the only country to welcome the blood-thirsty Mongol Khans, and their ruling “priest-patrons,” become the wedge-end for the British operation to break up China, and sabotage a New Silk Road? Michael Billington and Paul Gallagher report.

Book Reviews

A Tibetan author exposes the Dalai Lama

by Mary Burdman

The Struggle for Modern Tibet: An Autobiography of Tashi Tsering .

Departments

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

No future for the “euro.”

From New Delhi

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Indian market responds to Asian crash.

Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick

New assault against labor.

Editorial

What Mubarak and Mahathir know.

Economics

Biggest bailout in history won’t save world economy

by Michael Liebig

Japan’s Prime Minister Hashimoto wants to “stabilize” the Japanese financial system, and indirectly the financial system of Southeast Asia, with an enormous $500 billion bailout package; but, it won’t work.

Hashimoto stricken by Anglomania

Blair makes an offer Japan must refuse

Monetarist corpse floats in Brazil

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Radiation protection laws: It’s time for a change

An interview with James B. Muckerheide.

Currency Rates

Business Briefs

Feature

London’s drive to manufacture ‘failed states’

by Dennis Small

Mexico’s state of Chiapas has become a laboratory for the policy of the London-centered financial oligarchy, to eliminate national sovereignty and grab up natural resources—in this case, oil.

Massacre in Chiapas furthers British plot to destroy Mexico

by Marivilia Carrasco and Hugo López Ochoa

Fidel Castro’s French Connection

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. analyzes the historical and cultural roots of the French Synarchists’ support for the likes of Chiapas’s apostate Bishop Samuel “Samiel” Ruiz.

Dossier: Synarchists and Nazi-Communists

by Jeffrey Steinberg

MSIA answers slander against LaRouche

British prepare to fragment Colombia

by Gretchen Small

International

Iranian President opens ‘dialogue of civilizations’

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

President Seyyed Mohammed Khatami, in his interview with CNN, has changed the rules governing Iranian-U.S. relations, taking an enormous political risk to do so. The opening will require a sensitive, thoughtful response from the United States.

CNDD demands international inquiry into slaughter of Burundi villagers

by Linda de Hoyos

Rowland and the Royals are furious at EIR exposés

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Swedish prosecutor opens new chapter in cover-up of Palme assassination

by Torbjørn Jerlup and Lotta-Stina Thronell

Terrorist dangers intensify in Pakistan

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

The Sorbonne, Khieu Samphan, and the ‘Pol Pot International’

by Michael O. Billington

International Intelligence

National

Who’s behind the Ron Brown ‘bullet hole’ campaign?

by Edward Spannaus

Edward Spannaus presents a dossier on Richard Mellon Scaife and the crew that is out to destroy the U.S. Presidency, on orders from London.

A one-dimensional bullet that came from nowhere

by John Grauerholz, MD, FCAP

Richard Mellon Scaife: bankers’ propaganda czar

by Edward Spannaus

LaRouche calls it ‘disgusting!’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a radio interview with “EIR Talks.”

Why the British hated Ron Brown

by Richard Freeman, Kathy Wolfe, and Edward Spannaus

‘WisconsinWorks’ welfare reform isn’t working

Interviews with Pat DeLessio and Kelly Bablitch.

National News

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