Volume 5, Number 38, October 3, 1978


This Week

The ‘real conspiracy’

by David Goldman

The effects of expanding NATO

Kissinger victor in South Africa


Why Helmut Schmidt wants to save the dollar

Set October deadline for EMF

Schmidt: Building a foundation for the next century

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

“Peace has a concrete meaning only for those who know what war means.”

West Germany mobilizes for peace

To International Parliamentarians: North-South progress indispensable – To German Catholics: Eastern and Western Europe must live in trust – To The Bundestag: Self-Finlandization is an insult – To The United Nations: Europe must be Third World’s development partner – To The Social Democratic Base: Bonn and Bremen are our responsibility to the world.

‘Just one German spy scandal away’

Special Report

Behind the ‘Camp David’ hoax

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche exposes IMF scheme against the dollar.


Denis Healey’s secret war

An exclusive report from the IMF annual meeting.

Speeches by Healey, Jacques de Larosière; the “Big Lie propaganda blitz”; a cloud over Healey’s triumph; and more.

Danish central banker: EMF is ready to go

An exclusive interview with EIR.

Mexico’s Ibarra: ‘new rules for the international economy’

An exclusive interview with EIR.


Map of Mideast being redrawn after Camp David

Country-by-country report on British plans for balkanization.

Begin to expand West Bank settlements

Euro-Arab Parliamentary group condemns Camp David

Fukuda calls for support of dollar and fusion power

Soviet Sector

Soviet Union replies to Camp David

U.S. Report

U.S. into the depression wringer

by Donald Baier

The Carter Administration agrees with the IMF dollar strategy.

The Michigan vote fraud machine

by Felice Gelman

How fraud affects the political process

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Italy: Phase two of the Moro case

by Vivian Zoakos

Business Week caught ‘in flagrante delicto’

Third World

Brzezinski pushes ‘limited sovereignty’ in Nicaraguan crisis

Latin Americans denounce interventionism

Eliminate developing countries’ central banks, Friedman says

U.S. must dump the outlaw Somoza regime