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Volume 6, Number 22, June 5, 1979

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This Week

Opening the Italian Flank  

The Week in Brief  


International Bank Lending: Will It Shut Down?  

by David Goldman

“Facing Up to the Reality of the World Oil Crisis.”

A Politically Induced Recession  

by Lydia Schulman

Behind the Commodity-Raw Materials Price Problem  

by Renée Sigerson

Pallavicini Funds Found in West German Banking Scandal  

by Renée Sigerson

French Franc Under Threat  

by Susan Johnson

EMS Forces Set New Target Price for Gold  

by Alice Roth

U.S. Export-Import Policy: The Figures and the PR Flak  

by Richard Schulman

Patent Law Ploy To Restrict Technology  

by Leif Johnson and Mary Gilbertson


Gasoline Blackmail  

Politics is the art of calculated cheating, says Schlesinger.

1. How Schlesinger Slashed Energy Supplies  

by William Engdahl

2. Schlesinger Spurs IEA Attack on Economy  

by Richard Freeman

3. The Rotterdam Oil Price Swindle  

by Judith Wyer and Paul Arnest

De la Gorce Ridicules Energy Conservation – Mexico’s Plan For Securing World Energy Supplies.

Third World

Mexico’s Proposal on Energy Pitted Against World Bank at UNCTAD Meet  

by Susan Cohen

Mexico’s Energy Proposal to UNCTAD – Original Agenda: Common Fund and Self-Reliance.

Ujamaa: World Bank Development Model  

by Vin Berg and Cynthia Parsons


Zionists Tied to ‘Nazi’ Organizing  

by Scott Thompson

Special Report

Winning The War Against Drugs  

by Barbara Gould

Anti-Drug Coalitions consolidate “silent majority,” build national movement.

Michigan Anti-Drug Coalition: A Progress Report  

Dismantling Dope, Inc.–An International Mandate.  

‘Our School Is the Model For Stopping Drugs’  

Medical Use of Marijuana Exposed as a Fraud  

Catholic Doctors Guild Demands Pot Eradication  

Stop International Drug Trafficking  

A memorial passed by the Massachusetts Legislature.

Canadians Join the Fight Against Drugs  

Latin America

Cabinet Shakeup in Mexico  

by Tim Rush

New ministers expected to strengthen government’s domestic and foreign policy.

U.S. Report

Labor Moves toward LaRouche for 1980  

Proponents of a Haig-Kennedy “race” facing a dilemma.

Teamsters Official Endorses Anti-Drug Fight, LaRouche Candidacy  

How To Unravel the Mess Called the U.S. Economy  

Haig Preaches Geopolitical Confrontation  


Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Carter Wheat Resolution “Railroaded” Through Senate – Reuss To Revive Monetary Control Bill – New Resolution Introduced for Mexican Oil Grab – Legislation to “Hong Kongize” New York City May Go to Hill – Effort To Put NSC Under Congressional Control.

Labor Periscope: Carter Austerity Guidelines Declared Unconstitutional  

by L. Wolfe and M. Moriarty

Alexander Hamilton and American Banking System  

by Barbara Gould

U.S., U.S.S.R. Reach Tentative Accord on Energy Cooperation  

by Marsha Freeman

Is the Mossad Plotting a Terror Wave in the U.S.?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

World Trade Review  

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