Executive Intelligence Review

Scope and Content

Copies of the Executive Intelligence Review , 1987-1991, with some gaps; copies of Nouvelle Solidarite , 1989-1991; Executive Intelligence Review Special Reports, 1982-1990, and Strategic Alert weekly newsletters and press releases, 1988-1991; miscellaneous journals and pamphlets relating to the life and writings of Lyndon H LaRouche Jr, including leaflets issued by the National Democratic Policy Committee and the LaRouche Democratic Campaign, 1988; press cuttings, press releases and news sheets relating to political and economic issues, 1987-1992; notebook containing sketches by [Jean Louis Ligonnet].

Administrative / Biographical History

The Executive Intelligence Review is an American weekly news magazine founded by Lyndon H LaRouche Jr in 1974. Lyndon LaRouche (b 1922) is an American economist and management consultant, and has sought the office of President of the USA on six occasions between 1976 and 2000. He was convicted and sentenced by the US Government on conspiracy charges, 1988-1994.


Arranged chronologically.

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Archivist's Note

Sources: information gathered via the World Wide Web. Compiled by Sarah Aitchison as part of the RSLP AIM25 project.

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Custodial History

Accessioned in 1998.