by Robert Dreyfuss
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
From European Leaders ... And from Europe’s Press – Soviets Hedge Bets on Mideast Developments – Are Soviets Softening on Israel?
Israeli Writer Calls Upon Begin To Compromise on Palestinian Issue.
“No” to Nuclear Cooperation, Exports Abroad.
New York Times: Take the Credit, Henry – Javits: Let’s Wait Years – “As a Former President....”
Carter: Biggest Breakthrough in 30 Years – Christopher: Soviet Role Essential – Kissinger: Neither Geneva Nor the Soviets – Kissinger: Geneva Will Fail.
Kreps Favors Energy-Trade Pacts.
by David Goldman
by Kathy Burdman
by Stuart Pettingell
What Happened to U.S. Nuclear Development?
Alternative Media Joins Teamster Witchhunt – TDU Boasts “We’ll Drive Fitz into Hiding.”
Undersecretary of Labor Outlines Contract Expirations in Next Six Months – Will Coal Strike Lead to Confrontation and Violence? – New York Bricklayers Take Depression Pay Cuts – Boeing Workers Accept Depression Settlement.
“Mrs. King Predicts ‘Serious Trouble’ for Carter If He Slacks on Jobs Bill” – Press Scorns Humphrey-Hawkins – Humphrey-Hawkins Is a “Hook To Hang Programs On” (Humphrey Aide) – Press to Carter Officials: But Are You Serious About H-H? – Public Service Jobs Centerpiece of Full Employment.
by Mira Petrovic
Wanted: A Finance Minister Like Colbert – Manley: New World Order Greatest Concern – Mexico: Goal Is Atomic Energy.
For A “Soft” Policy – CAP: Brazil Must Develop Nuclear Power – Brazil, Venezuela Agree – Stanley Foundation: Limit Latin America’s Nuclear Capability – Perez: Safeguard Against Atom-Power Race – U.S. Energy Policy Debated – Brazil Rejects Regionalization.