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Volume 25, Number 10, March 6, 1998

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Interviews

Joseph Towns

A Tennessee state representative discusses the injustices of prison privatization, and how the taxpayer is going to be saddled with higher costs.

Charles Quincy Troupe

A member of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and chairman of the Social Service and Corrections Committees of the House Appropriations Committee, Mr. Troupe is battling prison privatization on a national level.

Book Review

The continuing puzzle of life on Mars

by Marsha Freeman

Mars: The Living Planet, by Barry E. DiGregorio.

Departments

Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick

Constitutional Convention run by Crown.

Editorial

A new blow for justice.

Economics

Asian financial storms hit Germany

by Lothar Komp

Contrary to announcements by Economics Minister Jürgen Rexrodt, the German government is very concerned about the possible consequences of the Asian financial storms on Germany’s export industry, national budget, and highly exposed banks.

Derivatives losses: the tip of the iceberg

by John Hoefle

Strategic Map

Ides of March comes to financial markets.

The one and only problem with the IMF

by William Engdahl

Why the International Monetary Fund must be replaced.

Business Briefs

Feature

Will the April 22-nations effort succeed?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. situates the global strategic context in which the April meeting of the Group of 22 will be occurring, and the approach that must be taken to deal with the onrushing financial breakdown crisis.

The terrorist threat

LaRouche warns: Israel and Britain must be punished, if they deploy terrorism to destabilize the Middle East.

World leaders focus on the financial crisis

by Marcia Merry Baker

The conceptual parameters of a New Bretton Woods system

by Susan Welsh

1975: LaRouche calls for Int’l Development Bank

The Colombo resolution of the Non-Aligned

Guyana’s Wills calls for a debt moratorium

Wills: We shall win!

by Fred Wills

Operation Juárez: Reorganize the debt

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A proposal to solve Africa’s debt crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The ‘Oasis Plan’ for Mideast peace

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Grand strategy for developing Eurasia

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

International

Terrorist threat comes from Britain and Israel

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

London’s terrorists issue threats to U.S.

by Hussein Al-Nadeem

Swiss police catch Mossad in dirty tricks

by Dean Andromidas

Was the operation part of Britain’s drive for war in the Middle East?

London’s Museveni readies E. Africa war

by Linda de Hoyos

New Dowling exposé hits Prince Philip’s WWF

by Roger Moore

The WWF is tied to the “Third Force” death squads in South Africa.

London panics at prospect of victory by Gen. Oviedo in Paraguay’s elections

by Dennis Small

Documentation: The British ‘one world’ coup against Paraguay.

General Bedoya readies ‘new war of independence’ for Colombia

by Javier Almario

British fume against Argentina’s Seineldín

by Cynthia R. Rush

Nationalism explodes in Mexico against foreign invasion of Chiapas

by Hugo López Ochoa

Terrorist outbreak targets South Asia

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Evidence points to a British hand behind the terror wave.

International Intelligence

National

Starr’s Justice Department: ‘Hitman’ Ewing and his thugs

by Edward Spannaus

“Independent” Counsel Kenneth Starr’s stable of prosecutors includes some of the most vicious pit-bulls in the history of the U.S. Justice Department.

State legislators battle to end prison privatization

by Marianna Wertz and Rochelle Ascher

Interviews with Tennessee State Rep. Joseph Towns and Missouri State Rep. Charles Quincy Troupe.

National News

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