by Daniel Sneider
by Nora Hamerman
Dictatorship: how close?
by Josefina Menendez
The President in Monterrey.
by William Engdahl
The House votes against production.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
by Kathleen Murphy
by Richard Freeman
Sixty-five bank chiefs in conference with Paul Volcker agreed to cut their lending to a third of what it has been after Jimmy Carter’s credit restraint announcements on March 14. The outcome of the bankers’ collaboration in the new measures is likely to be their own collapse.
by David Goldman
Although French president Giscard is still playing his cards close to the vest, the European Monetary Fund is so close to becoming reality that even the British press is reporting some of the facts.
by Alice Roth
Is Nelson Bunker Hunt a sucker?
by Richard Katz
The credit crunch and the dollar.
by Richard Schulman
A growing politicization.
by Susan Cohen
by Criton Zoakos
Events have convinced the American elite that their “controlled disintegration” policies for the West could cause their own destruction. They’re right, reports Contributing Editor Criton Zoakos. But can they do anything about it?
Interviews on the meaning of Soviet E-beam development.
George Ball, McGeorge Bundy, and the New York Times.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche elaborates the scientific conception of human development that the ruling “families” have never been able to comprehend.
by Tim Rush
Mexico’s president emerged from a bitter cabinet fight to announce that his nation would significantly increase oil production, and would not subscribe to the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT). These decisions, and a new approach to agriculture, were taken with Mexico’s industrial development in mind.
Documentation: — Lopez’s policy statement — Oil chief Diaz’s status report — Washington’s reaction.
by Cynthia Rush
The assassination of a bishop and a priest in Central America could unleash something long-planned at the Council on Foreign Relations: Waves of terrorism and “Iran-style” mob violence engulfing Latin America and spreading north into the United States.
by Valerie Rush
An interview with Malachi Martin.
by Kathy Stevens
Representative Mike McCormack of Washington, sponsor of legislation for an “Apollo-style” crash program to develop fusion energy told EIR Energy Editor Marsha Freeman why America must have fusion, and what we stand to lose if America doesn’t develop it.