Volume 5, Number 37, September 26, 1978


This Week

‘Separate peace’ - short fuse to global war?

by Nora Hamerman

New muscle behind the EMS

Europe and Mexico counter the warhawks with détente and development.


Deeper into the Mess

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Camp David drags the U.S. into a replay of Munich 1938.

1. The real story behind the Camp David accords

2. A vehicle for East-West showdown

3. The world responds to Camp David


The Atlantic Council proposes IMF dictatorship for America

by Alice Shepard

Including an interview with a Council spokesman on the IMF’s role as “world central bank.”

The Atlantic Council’s economic program is a fiasco

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche tells how the United States economy can ‘turn the corner’

‘The U.S. economy needs a good recession’

by Lydia Dittler

Business Week and Atlantic Council say it’s grown too fast.

Third World

Mexico calls for the Grand Design

by Robyn Quijano

With excerpts from López Portillo’s televised statements on his Grand Design policies.

Ibarra on the IMF and development

Nicaraguan war threatens continent

by Gretchen Small

Somoza charged with genocide and scorched earth policy.


Why Mexico’s drug program works

A State Department officer discusses paraquat and Mexico’s antidrug effort.

U.S. Report

Senator proposes “new monetary fund”

Excerpting Adlai Stevenson III’s recent calls for a sane U.S. policy, against the IMF.


Schmidt and Giscard push through EMS

by Susan Johnson

And London’s press is stricken by “the astonishing news.”

Europe’s terror hunt leads to Britain

by John Sigerson

Three leading terrorists captured.

Soviet Sector

Soviet think-tanks scrutinize international monetary system

by Clifford Gaddy and Rachel Berthoff

A documentary look at the policy debate over gold, SDRs, and the transfer ruble.

The debate extends to methodology: ‘Systems analysis’ comes under fire

‘The Nazi bombs fell first on London’


How to profile the terrorist infrastructure

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The chairman of the U. S. Labor Party dissects the support systems of ‘left’ terrorism.

‘I will employ the dagger, sword, strangulation, poison cup, or bullet’