Developing Countries” — “Important Factor of International Relations” — Financial Times: “A Key Fortnight for the Rich and Poor Nations,” by Reginald Dale.
Pravda Reports Ford Interview: President Will Work for Mideast Policy — Rude Pravo Reports Ford Interview: President’s Chief Goal; Progress in SALT — Neues Deutschland Publishes Ford Message to Honnecker — Pravda: Without Disarmament, a Serious Danger Will Emerge — Rude Pravo: U.S. Democratic Tradition Is Opposed to Imperialism — Neues Deutschland: Border Provocations Are Playing with Fire.
Scott Answers: Joint Efforts with Third World for Development — Wall Street Journal: Ford Should Follow His Own Superior Judgment.
UMW Traditionalists Assert Leadership To End Strike; Local Chiefs Begin Back-To-Work Movement — 30% Rubber Settlement Ends Four-Month Strike.
Washington Star Interview with Lyndon LaRouche: The Labor Party and Its Role as a Spoiler — Dallas Morning Star: “A Frontier Outlook” — Birmingham News Asks: Will U.S. Keep Leadership? — Denver Post: You Can’t Say You Haven’t Been Warned by the Labor Party.
Exclusive Interview: Kansas City: “Computerized Voting ... A Throwback to the Days When Ballot Boxes Were Burned — Trentonian: “Something Must Be Wrong Here.”
The Threat Of Epidemic Diseases In The United States.
Statement of President Ford on the Swine Flu Danger.
Population Affairs Coordinator Marshall Green: “Quite Frankly, It’s Triage” — African Food-for-Work Programs: “Food and Incentive To Get Them To Work.”
On the Agenda: Moratorium on Peasant Debt — French Peasants Loose Attacks on Giscard — Giscard: “Après moi, le déluge!”