Volume 6, Number 33, August 21, 1979


This Week

When Israel Runs Washington

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief


JEC’s Productivity Report Confirms Riemannian Model’s Warning

by David Goldman

How Chrysler Was Driven to the Brink–Part 2

by Richard Freeman

UAW’s Fraser Defends Environmentalism

by M. Moriarty

World Trade: Reuben Askew Is Not ‘Mr. Clean’

by Richard Schulman

Gold: What Is Janeway Worried About?

by Alice Roth

Can London Hamstring German Eurolending

by Susan Johnson

Transportation: Aground at Lock 26

by Steve Parsons

U.S. Report

Legalized Gambling: Dope Inc.’s Grab for the Cities

by Konstantin George

Where Gambling Is On the Agenda

Includes interview with Vincent Reede, Director of Research for New York Gov. Hugh Carey’s Casino Gambling Study Panel.

Who the Casino Operators Are

Real Estate: Buying Up the Cities

by Lydia Schulman

Third World

The Nonaligned Meet in Havana

by Dennis Small

The challenge of guaranteeing Third World development.

Highlights of Nonaligned History

The Nonaligned and the New World Economic Order

by Daniel Sneider

Economic Survey

Japan under Ohira

Ohira’s Foreign Policy: ‘Followism’ of Washington

by Kevin Coogan

‘Seven-Year Plan’: How To Wreck an Economy

by Richard Katz

Ohira Slashes Japan’s Nuclear Goals


Brazil Embarks on Alternate-Energy-Based ‘War Economy’

by Mark Sonnenblick

Special Report

Conference Plans Cities for Africa

by Vin Berg

FEF sponsored event in Paris presents a comprehensive program for development.

The Myth about Equilibrium Economics

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Labor Periscope: Using the Economy as a Club

by L. Wolfe and M. Moriarty

Facts Behind Terrorism: ‘Long Hot Autumn’ Planned for U.S.A.

by Jeffrey Steinberg

World Trade Review