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Volume 6, Number 29, July 24, 1979

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This Week

Cleaning Up the Mess in Washington  

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief  


London’s Policy Collapse  

by David Goldman

U.S. government turmoil threatens Empire’s plans.

A New Gold Rush: Two Monetary Strategies  

by Alice Roth

What Will Europe Do about the Dollar?  

by Susan Johnson

Domestic Credit: Fed Chairman Miller To Pull the Plug  

by Lydia Schulman

Computer Industry Shakedown?  

by Leif Johnson

Banking: Proxmire Hearings a Sideshow  

by Steve Parsons

Sir Keith Wields the Ax Against British Industry  

by Marla Minnicino

Trade: U.S. Aim Guns at Japan’s Industry  

by Richard Katz

Special Report

Nicaragua After Somoza  

by Fernando Quijano

Exclusive interview tells of plans of Reconstruction Government.

Reconstruction Government Assumes Power  

by Gretchen Small

U.S. Report

Chaos Follows Carter’s Call for a New Dark Age  

by Criton Zoakos

Move to dump Carter, install Haig to implement fascist program.

What President Jimmy Carter Said on Energy  

Excerpts from the President’s speeches.

The Response to President Carter’s Energy Address  

LaRouche: Carter Offers To Lead Way to New Dark Age  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

GOP: We Can Lead the Way to a Dark Age, Too  

What the International Press Is Saying  


The Case Against the Anti-Defamation League  

Affidavits charging ADL plotted to suppress U.S. Labor Party.

Science & Technology

The Great DDT Hoax  

Fusion Energy Foundation blasts environmentalist fraud.


Silkwood Verdict a Barrier to Nuclear Development in the U.S.  

by Sanford Roberts

Latin America

‘Mexico Won on July 1’  

by Robyn Quijano

EIR’s Mexico City correspondent analyzes issues, results of recent elections

Reveal Plan for U.S. Pot Legalization  

by Laurence Hecht

Samper Pizano: ‘Legalization Is the Solution’  


Congressional Calendar  

Carter Program May Cause Energy Logjam in Congress – Senate Rejects Immediate Licensing Moratorium on Nuclear Plants, But Opens Door to Future Shutdowns – McCormick Commission Proposes Fusion Energy Drive – “Mini” Davis-Bacon Repeal Temporarily Stalled.

Labor Periscope: Like Lemmings over the Cliff  

by L. Wolfe and M. Moriarty

The American System: How the U.S. Might Reconstruct Nicaragua  

Energy Insider: The Right Way To Use Coal–MHD  

Facts Behind Terror: New Italian Terror Leads Bear Checking on U.S. Side  

World Trade Review  

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