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Volume 7, Number 27, July 15, 1980

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Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Sadat the cultist.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menendez

Clements’ border bash.

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Synfuels, reserves, and Bradley.

Campaign 1980  

by Kathleen Murphy

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda


The stench of stupidity.


Business Briefs  

Nuclear Fusion Power: Ready for a Take-Off  

by Richard Freeman and Charles B. Stevens

A special DOE committee closely studied the matter, declared fusion power feasible by the end of the century, and recommended at least doubling the budget for research and development. Realizing that goal would not only mean abundant energy; it would transform the industrial economy.

The DES Hoax  

by Susan Cohen

What cattlemen know and consumers ought to learn

Savings Banks Fight Back  

by Leif Johnson

Foreign Exchange  

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

Europe brings down interest rates.

Trade Review  

Special Report

Chinese-Model Genocide: How It’s Happening in Iran  

by Robert Dreyfuss

The Club of Rome and the Aspen Institute seek to eliminate one billion persons in the Third World, and can’t succeed without reorganizing societies along feudal Chinese lines, a process tested in Cambodia. So, they produced the “Iranian revolution”–now jeopardizing the country’s physical survival.

Iran’s Slow Economic Death  

by Judith Wyer

The Shutdown of Iran’s Oil Fields  

What Khomeini Has Destroyed  

How the Club of Rome Planned Iran’s Devastation  

by Mark Burdman

Aspen’s ‘New Set of Values’ for Iran  

Carter’s Envoy Backs Bani-Sadr  


International Intelligence  

Schmidt in Moscow: A Shift in World Leadership  

by Susan Welsh

Last week at the Venice summit talks, France’s Giscard and West Germany’s Schmidt took the policy reins of the Atlantic Alliance away from the unstable Carter administration. This week in Moscow, Schmidt put together a war-avoidance package with Leonid Brezhnev in the spirit of Charles de Gaulle’s “grand design.”

France: New Bomb, Same Doctrine  

by Susan Welsh

Including excerpts from Giscard d’Estaing’s press conference.

Soviets Deal with Europe ... and Call Carter a Liar  

by Rachel Douglas

Carter Heats the ‘Hot Spots’  

by Daniel Sneider and Mark Burdman

Focus: Southeast Asia and the Israel-Syria front.


National News  

Will Jimmy Carter Destroy the Democratic Party?  

by L. Wolfe

Jimmy Carter’s renomination holds an unprecedented electoral disaster in store for the Democrats, and more and more of them, from delegates to senators, are falling away from the President’s campaign. Carter-Mondale “plumbers” are fanning out around the country-to make sure Carter triumphs at the convention, and to take over state party machines.

Documentation: Interviews and comments from Congressional sources, Democratic party officials, and the Carter plumbers themselves.

The Regional Picture: Carter’s Prospects Not Very Bright  

by Kathy Burdman

White House Strategy: Carter’s Plumbers Hit the ‘Key States’  

State Chairmen: Protests Against Carter’s DNC  

The Rules Fight: The Truth About Delegates’ Options  

In Congress: A revolt Against the President  

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