Volume 6, Number 13, April 3, 1979


This Week

The Danger of Believing Lies

The Week in Brief


Did B.R.D. Bankers Resurrect London?

by David Goldman

Backdown on EMS commitment to development lending.

German Economist Warns of Coup in Saudi Arabia

Bankers Call for Energy Austerity

International Credit: British Rig Markets To ‘Buy America Cheap’

by Alice Roth

Foreign Exchange: Dollar Stability–At a Price

Camp David Euphoria Hits Gold Price

by Alice Roth

Commodities: U.S. Pushing Hard for Common Fund

by Renée Sigerson

Credit in the U.S.: Calm before the Storm

by Lydia Schulman

Bank of Italy Indictments: An Opportunity Not To Miss

by Mary Sonnenblick

Corporate Strategy: International Battle in the Electronics Industry

by Leif Johnson

Middle East

Worse Than Munich: Carter Declares: ‘Peace Is War’

London’s Divide and Conquer Plan

by Judith Wyer

‘Camp David Will Balkanize Mideast’

‘Peace’ Pact Equals Massive Militarization

Sadat for Sale – Sen. Helms: Mideast Accord a War Plot – “Islamic Pact”--on the Soviet Border – The Price of Peace for Israel, Egypt.

The METO Strategy: Turn From Geneva

by Mary Jane Coates

World Reaction: Camp David Could Lead To World War III

The Camp David Treaty: What It Really Says

by Robert Dreyfuss

U.S. Report

Small Boys in a Big Playpen

Inept GOP contenders disgrace the party of Lincoln.

Psywar Needed for Haig To Win–Terror Expert

by Barbara Dreyfuss

Hauser: Connally Can Knock Out Reagan

Congressional Calendar

by Donald Baier


If The Teamsters Strike, Blame Alfred Kahn

“Teamsters Are Our No. 1 Enemy.”

Labor Periscope: Teamsters Brace for Strike, Weigh Options

Military Strategy

Soviets Answer NATO Strategists

Encirclement, Counter Force Will Lead to War – “Limited nuclear war” is first strike plot, warns Soviet Major-General Simon Yan, while Novosti accuses NATO of rehearsing for nuclear war.


The UDF Program—A Plan for Global Economic Growth

by Dana Sloan

The UDF Program for Europe

How the EMS can break with the IMF strategy.

Economic Survey

World Steel Industry in Crisis

by Lydia Schulman

Part I: Cartelizers implement “rationalization” of world steel.

The Davignon Plan for Europe’s Steel

French Foes of the EMS Advise United States Steelmakers

Steel and the 1979 Oil Hoax


The UAW vs. the NCLC

by Felice Gelman

Appeal raises key questions of legal ethics.

Brief for Plaintiffs-Appellants

Facts Behind Terrorism

by Robert Kay

Omega-7 Bombings: Signal for Post-Camp David Terror Wave – “Don’t Rule Out Sadat Assassination.”

World Trade Review

Gold and Dollar Price Charts