by Daniel Sneider
Two opposing strategies.
by Josefina Menendez
Where does Mexican labor stand?
by Robert Dreyfuss
The plot to topple Begin.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
by William Engdahl
The environmentalist bilks the taxpayer.
by Nora Hamerman
Tax revolt: American tradition?
The next attack on Seabrook.
by Richard Freeman
Conventional wisdom says that interest rates fell over recent weeks because they always do in a recession. But the fact is, transatlantic cables from London told Paul Volcker that if he didn’t make available some liquidity, the Europeans would bolt from the Anglo-American monetary order, and the U.S. banking system would blow out.
by Alice Roth
Silver crash or oil grab?
by Susan B. Cohen
Bergland to “restructure” agriculture.
by Peter Rush
“A reluctant ECU reserve center”?
by David Goldman
Hydrogen produced from a fusion reactor.
by John R. Popovich
John R. Popovich is President of the American Metal Stamping Association.
by Vin Berg
Zbigniew Brzezinski is a kook whose goal is “technocratic dictatorship” over a civilization steeped in mysticism. He is running U.S. foreign policy on the basis of a military posture befitting that “Aquarian Age.” Meanwhile, an Aquarian NATO General has written about the kind of “Third World War” Brzezinski wants to provoke-the Anglo-American oligarchy wins; France, Germany, the Soviet Union, and the institution of the nation-state itself are destroyed.
by Criton Zoakos and Mark Burdman
by Susan Welsh
Why Gen. Sir John Hackett wrote his book, The Third World War, and why what the book describes will never happen.
by Dana Sloane
Commentaries in the European press indicate that the continent is beginning to catch on-Jimmy Carter’s escalations in the Persian Gulf have nothing to do with concern for the hostages. European sovereignty is being challenged.
by Dennis Small and Peter Ennis
López Portillo wanted technology. Masayoshi Ohira wanted oil. And yet, the summit could not have become a bigger shambles if Jimmy Carter himself had participated–and apparently, he did.
Documentation: The joint communiqué, and statements by the Mexican President and the Japanese Premier.
by Gretchen Small
by Cynthia Rush
by Robert Dreyfuss
He’s puffy, pompous and paranoid–and he’s a liar.
by L. Wolfe
The boys in the backrooms in London and New York met hurriedly after the Iran “rescue” fiasco almost touched off World War III, and they decided that Jimmy Carter will not continue as President.
Documentation: Interviews with Helmut Sonnenfeldt and Scott Thompson.
by Sanford Roberts
by Dr. Ned Rosinski
The Quinlan case dominated newspaper headlines for months, and Americans were methodically steeped in the philosophy behind Ted Kennedy’s health bill: Advanced medical technology is costly, redundant and useless, and keeps alive “useless eaters” to borrow the Nazi phrase.