by Daniel Sneider
by Nora Hamerman
An evil omen.
by Josefina Menendez
The church goes political.
by Robert Dreyfuss
Iraq poised to knock out Khomeini.
by William Engdahl
Civil disobedience at the DOE.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Hare Krishna: from cult to terrorism.
by David Goldman
Judging by the 1974-75 recession, some are saying interest rates have “peaked.” But this recession is different, because the U.S. economy in 1980 is different. For six months, it has been in the same condition as Schacht’s pre-1936 Nazi economy–and now verges on a Germany 1936-38-style breakdown.
by Peter Rush
Japan’s “resource finance.”
by Steven Parsons
Rail dereg: a defense need?
by Susan B. Cohen
Can the cattlemen afford cattle?
Carter makes trade war his policy.
by Konstantin George
It simulated a “nuclear disaster” one year ago, and a “nuclear war” two weeks ago. Now, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is ready to take over the U.S. government and reorganize the U.S. economy on fascist models-and it’s perfectly positioned to create the “crisis” that triggers its dictatorship.
Exclusive interview with Gen. Frank Camm.
Plus how FEMA ran New York City’s transit strike.
by Kathy Burdman
How FEMA would take over in a banking crisis.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche said in 1976 that world war was probable if Jimmy Carter was elected president. Last Spring, he predicted a Soviet invasion of Afghanistan if the Carter administration did not change policy course. He now reports that Soviet occupation of the western dessert region of China is probable, because the Carter administration has not changed course.
by Robert Dreyfuss
by Rachel Douglas
“Germany Is Not America’s Shepherd Dog” – Schmidt: “Superpowers Are Moving Toward War.”
by Tim Rush
Including U.S., Mexican, and Japanese policy statements.
by Valerie Rush
by Susan Welsh
by Marcia Merry Pepper and Bonnie Mesaros
In the cities, in state legislatures, in trade unions and on the farms, a rising tide of protest is directed at Paul Volcker’s credit policies. If this dispersed ferment unites around its own, alternative program, the administration could be in trouble.
by Marsha Freeman
A special report on the status of the U.S. electrical grid by energy columnist Marsha Freeman.