Volume 5, Number 14, April 11, 1978



Prevent U.S. Foreign Policy Collapse

by Criton Zoakos

Soviets: N-bomb Outrages World

Press ‘Leak’ Used To Run U.S. Foreign Policy

The Carter Trip: Brzezinski’s Quest for a ‘Missile Crisis’

by Chris Allen

The British View: ‘Cuban Missile Crisis of 1978’

Coverage of Carter’s Stops: Venezuela, Brazil, Nigeria

Venezuela: Carter Backs IMF, “Gasahol” – Brazil: “Confront the Communist Menace” – Nigeria: What Kind of U.S. Policy? – Young Pushes Africa Development ... and the British Don’t Like It — The State Department Shifts.

Special Report

London Threatens Terrorism Against the Papacy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

U.S. Report

Carter Set Up for One More Fall on Economic Policy

Press to Carter: Inflation, a Test You Will Flunk – To Jawbone, or Not To Jawbone... – “Inflation Is for Real.”

Chicago Calls for Positive Exports Policy

Kissinger Tour - A Web of Lies, Provocations

The Press: How You Get the News

Maryland House Passes Exim-Nuclear Resolution


Europe Seeks Revival of U.S. National Interest

by Susan Johnson

French, German, Soviet Relations: Two Views

Les Echos on Rockefeller’s Development Proposal

Pound Plunge Foreseen: No Technical Solutions for the Dollar

by Alice Shepard

West German Bankers Stave Off Economic Collapse

by Renée Sigerson

Agriculture: Congress Avoids Need for U.S. To Be Major Food Producer

Bourne: Do Like China – Bourne: Redistribute the Wealth.

Economic Survey

The State of East-West Trade: Siberian Project Intersects Trade, Finance Fight

by Rachel Berthoff

Soviet-American Trade Drops Sharply

Trade Contraction Slows Soviet Development Plans


Historic Supreme Court Ruling Eases Nuclear Power Development

Where Do the Environmentalists Go from Here?


Jack Anderson: Her Majesty’s Columnist?

by Stuart Pettingell


British ‘Gaullism,’ Or, How To Subvert European Technological Development

by Pamela Goldman

Third World

Arafat Calls for Return to U.S-Soviet Statement

Israel: Political Crisis Grows