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Volume 25, Number 41, October 16, 1998

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Interviews

C. Michael Foale  

Dr. Foale was the fifth NASA astronaut to live on the Mir station, and he conducted experiments on growing plants in space. He is Assistant Director (Technical) at the NASA Johnson Space Center.

Departments

Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick

Harbingers of a New Dark Age.

Editorial  

Clinton must bring in LaRouche.

Science & Technology

Research on Mir advances growing plants in space  

by Marsha Freeman

An international program to grow plants in microgravity has produced important, and sometimes surprising results.

First seed-to-seed plants grown in space  

An interview with Dr. C. Michael Foale.

Economics

People first!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s guidelines for reorganization of the global financial system. “The present financial system is doomed to disappear, very soon,” he writes. “The continued existence of the U.S.A., as of other nations, depends absolutely upon the alacrity with which the government responds with certain required, immediate measures of emergency action.”

Time to tell the truth  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“So far, the President has refused to tell the truth about the U.S. economy,” says Lyndon LaRouche. If the nation is to survive, that must stop.

‘Bailouts’ won’t work: The whole financial system is disintegrating  

by John Hoefle

Why then do they do it? The present financial system exists by cannibalizing the nations and peoples of the world, and were it to stop doing so, the system itself would immediately collapse.

Providing Russia’s ‘daily bread’ is now an international emergency  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The “free-market” reforms have razed Russia’s agriculture, and devalued its currency to the point it cannot import food: Muscovites now spend nearly all their wages just to eat.

Leaders fail to act to stem financial crash  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A report on meetings on the financial crisis in Washington, including the G-22.

Documentation: Excerpts from President Clinton’s speech to the IMF.

U.S. in rapid decline, yet Rubin talks up IMF  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Soros loses his cool over speculation, drugs  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

After his tête-à-tête with EIR.

Greenspan backs hedge funds; Congress gags  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Lull in Venezuela’s foreign exchange crisis: the calm before the storm  

by David Ramonet

A currency board would finish off Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Business Briefs  

Feature

The human rights issues in the Virginia LaRouche cases  

by Barbara Boyd

The Virginia cases against Lyndon LaRouche’s associates—serving between 33 and 77 years as political prisoners—represent the crudest side of what former Attorney General Ramsey Clark referred to as the most “complex and pervasive utilization of law enforcement, prosecution, media and non-governmental agencies focussed on destroying an enemy” in his experience.

International

Will NATO strike? The price of appeasement in Kosova  

by Umberto Pascali

London is talking up NATO air strikes against butcher Milosevic, provoking a harsh reaction from an economically distraught Russia. The intent is to paralyze U.S. authority internationally.

City of London unleashes ‘Netanyahu wars’ from Balkans to Central Asia  

by Joseph Brewda

Britain is seeking to turn the entire area into a foreign policy minefield, paralyzing especially U.S. ability to secure peace and development in these regions.

Italian government falls over budget  

by Claudio Celani

How long will Tony Blair last?  

by Mark Burdman

Blair, like the Depression government of Ramsay MacDonald, is rapidly becoming Her Majesty’s Expendable.

Dramatic revelations in Princess Diana case  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Did British intelligence down Swissair Flight 111?  

by Dean Andromidas

A former MI6 agent, who has been airing a lot of the agency’s dirty laundry, was booked on that flight—which he missed.

Australia’s elections: Elites conspire vs. economic nationalists  

by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas

International Intelligence  

National

House Republicans commit treason in impeachment vote  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Never has the world needed the leadership of the United States and its President more than now. Never mind—the House GOP voted in unprincipled lock-step to press ahead with a coup d’e´tat.

Why was George Bush never impeached?  

by Edward Spannaus

During his 12 years in the White House, Bush’s offenses went to the heart of what the Framers of the Constitution meant by “high crimes and misdemeanors”—that is, offenses against the state and the constitutional order.

Cover-up continues in Martin Luther King case  

by Edward Spannaus

New initiatives could help expose the very-much-alive Justice Department effort to keep the truth from coming out.

National News  

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

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