Volume 4, Number 43, October 25, 1977



International War Against Terror; Economic Cooperation To Follow?

The Hijacking And Rescue: As the New York Times Tells It, and What Really Happened

West Germany Sharpens Its Best Antiterrorist Weapon

International Press Reflects Both Sides of the Battle

Anglo-American Strategist: Terrorist Revenge in West Germany within Two Weeks

Will Terrorists Be Given ‘The Bomb’?

London Daily Predicts Nuclear Terror – Tales for Tomorrow?


Can Carter Get an Energy Deal from Congress?

by Don Baier

Carter’s New Nuclear Energy Policy: Sour Wine in New Bottles?

by William Engdahl

U.S. Labor Party Nuclear Energy Mobilization Report

Harriman Steers Foreign Policy Shift

Long Knives Out Against Carter

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


London’s ‘Big Grab’ Could Spell Dollar Panic?

by David Goldman

A New Stage in the Dollar Fight


How To Spend $100 Billion for Energy

by Eric Lerner

Congress Must Pass Emergency Energy Financing Act of 1977

Science & Technology

‘Revolution in Cancer Research’ Stalled by Government Grant Cuts

by Carol Cleary


Barry Commoner: Where Science Meets Terrorism

by Stuart Pettingell

Schlesinger’s Fifth Column


EEC Ministers Quash British Reflation Scheme

West Germany: ‘There Is No Opposition’

Government Crisis Looms in Portugal

Italy Breaks with IMF; But Industrial Debt Keeps Rising

Italo-Soviet Credit Line Moot Transfer Ruble – Stammati: IMF Zero Growth “Unacceptable.”

Middle East

Geneva Conference on the Rocks, War on the Horizon

Yadin, Dayan Open Up Power Play in Israel

Schlesinger Goes Public with Persian Gulf Invasion Threat

Arabs React to Schlesinger’s Provocations.


India: Gandhi Loses Congress Party Presidency Bid

Indian Press Rejects Singh Arrest of Gandhi – New Wave: “Charan’s Coup Against Janata.”

Latin America

IMF Agreement Will Leave Peru a Basked Case

by Mark Sonnenblick


Open Letter to William Loeb of the Manchester Union Leader: Say ‘Capitalism,’ Not ‘Free Enterprise’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Murdoch’s ‘British’ Press Slant Provokes Mutiny at New York Post