Volume 6, Number 47, December 4, 1979



Iran: Congress Must Investigate

by Nora Hamerman


U.S. and Europe Battle over the Dollar’s Fate

by Alice Roth

De la Gorce: Iran Crisis Aimed at Europe

The ‘Crash of ’79’–A Chronology

What is the Meaning of Bani-Sadr’s Debt Cancellation

by David Goldman

The Debate over Rates Generates No Interest

by Lydia Schulman

Foreign Exchange: The Yen Collapses

by Richard Katz

Agriculture: If the USDA Is Right...

by Susan Cohen


The Truth Behind Britain’s Latest Spy Scandal: The Key to the Blunt Affair

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

How Britain’s Spy Scandals Work

by Rachel Douglas

Spy Scandals: British Intervention in Soviet Affairs

A table of events from 1945 to now.


Showdown over European Monetary System Set for EC Meet at Dublin

by Nora Hamerman

“Development Key To Solving the Problems Behind Iran” – The Lineup Going into Dublin.

Where the EMS Stands Now

The NATO ‘Modernization’ Debate

by Susan Welsh

Gromyko in Bonn warns against limited war doctrine.

London Times: Arm for Limited Nuclear War

Gromyko Communiqué

Middle East

Iran: ‘The Public Has a Right To Know’

by Mark Burdman

Idaho representative investigates Trilateral Commission and CFR complicity.

The Grand Mosque Takeover: A Plan That Backfired

by Robert Dreyfuss

Latin America

LaRouche Issues a Warning to Mexico

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Why the Shah of Iran must not return to Mexico at present.

U.S. Report

Haig Takes War Candidacy to Europe and Latin America


Afghanistan: In Search of an Ayatollah

by Daniel Sneider

Special Report

A Comparative Analysis of Intelligence Services

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Slow Death of the U.S. Nuclear Industry

by Marsha Freeman

Without a policy change, major suppliers will be out of nuclear business.


Facts Behind Terrorism: An Admission of Terrorist Complicity

by Michele Steinberg

Noam Chomsky confirms his role in ongoing plans to unleash a wave of terrorism throughout the U.S.

Congressional Calendar

Hill Committees Blame EMS for Tight Money – Banking Reform Legislation Still Stirring – Kennedy Pushes Gun Control Bill – Senate Begins Vote on Windfall Profits – Looming Depression Brings Call for “Old Deal.”

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