Volume 5, Number 35, September 12, 1978


This Week

Brzezinski Coup Attempt Threatens Thermonuclear War

by Stephen Pepper

Europe, Mideast Allies Counter War Drive

New Anti-USLP Assassination Threats

by Kathy Stevens

LaRouche targeted by Black Guelph-Zionist terror networks.

European Labor Party Gains Victory Against Bundespost

U.S. Report: U.S-Soviet Showdown?

1. Brzezinski Pulls NSC Coup

by Stephen Pepper

2. How The Soviets See Carter

What Is a Christian Science Monitor?

by Kathleen Murphy

3. China Seeks Allies Against Soviets

4. Despite Brzezinski, Detente Moves Continue

5. Democrats Want Mideast Peace

by Barbara Dreyfuss


Europe, Arabs, Japan Build Mideast Development Option

by Mary Jane Coates

Includes Japanese plan for Mideast development.

Carter Letter to Andreotti

Papal Intervention into Middle East Conflict

by Mary Sonnenblick

Mediterranean-Mexico Development Is Focus of Three-Way Trade Deals

by Mark Burdman and Judith Wyer

Britain’s Plan To Ruin Helmut Schmidt

by John Sigerson


U.S. Only Question Mark for New Monetary System

by Susan Johnson

Final preparations for launching EMS.

Bank of England’s Deflation Scenario Unfolds

by Lydia Dittler

Carter is pushed toward another August 15 debacle.

Who Will Save the U.S. Economy from The Bank of England?

Deregulation Axe Sharpened for Airlines, Trucking

by Richard Welch

Special Report

Mexico’s Strategy for Development

Key portions of President López Portillo’s State of the Nation Address

Kennedy, Zionist Lobby Grab for Mexico’s Oil

Wall Street Journal: Oil and Politics Don’t Mix ... El Nacional: Yes, They Do

Terrorists Deployed To Halt López Portillo’s Development Program


LaRouche: ‘I Name My Would-Be Assassins’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Guyana End of Assassination Plot

Alves: ‘Crude Attempt To Destabilize’


British-Israeli Terrorism in the U.S.A.

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A report by U.S. Labor Party Chairman Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Senator Percy Blocking Eradication of London’s Drug Harvest

Third World

Who Are Afghanistan’s New Leaders?

Featuring a speech by Prime Minister Nur Mohammad Tarakki.