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Volume 7, Number 30, August 5, 1980

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Business Briefs  

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menendez

U.S. ‘Tuna War’ escalates.

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Iran treatment for Saudi Arabia?

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

U.S. has vast oil and gas reserves.

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda


The tracks of Billygate.


Carter-Reagan Deal To Maintain Recession  

by David Goldman

Their advisers believe the U.S. economy is in no shape to supply and finance a recovery. Without a targeted credit policy, it’s true.

Will the Soviets Join the North-South Dialogue?  

by Rachel Douglas

Some unprecedented policy indications from Moscow.

Foreign Exchange  

Corporate Strategy  

by Leif Johnson

Dismantling Chrysler.


by Susan B. Cohen

A new farm-labor coalition.

World Trade  

by Richard Freeman

Companies heading for China.

Trade Review  

Special Report

Trilateral Coup in the GOP: The Peking Connection  

by Kathleen Murphy

How the Bush option was put through by the Georgetown mafia. The next step is supposed to be a ‘back-door presidency’ for the old China hand.

GOP Reenacts the Last Days of Saigon  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The same “geopoliticians” who created the 1975 disaster dictated the party’s program for deepening the “Vietnamization of the United States.”

George Bush: Connecticut ‘Blueblood’  

by L. Wolfe

Men Who Make Reagan’s Policy  

Economic Policy: ‘No Conservative Will Expect What Is Going To Happen’  

by David Goldman

Labor Policy: A Clever Way To Be Anti-Union  

by L. Wolfe

Military Policy: The ‘Quick Fix’ Method of Military Buildup  

by Susan Welsh


International Intelligence  

Will Khomeini Pull the Middle East Down With Him?  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Documentation: Islamic clergy repudiate Khomeini; Gotbzadeh attacks the U.S.S.R.; Bakhtiar identifies Washington’s support for Khomeini; Kalkhali launches murder rampage.

The New Tokyo Government Plans To Keep All Options Open  

by Peter Ennis

Part I: The Real Story of Mexico’s Inflation  

by Tim Rush

Bottlenecks, investment lags and shortages of skilled labor are the problem–along with some miscalculation and procrastination in government – Three Areas with Growing Pains: Steel, Ports, and Nuclear Power.

The Voices Against Growth  


National News  

The Real Billygate Coverup: Muslim Brotherhood Links  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Book Review: Serving the National Interest  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A review of Frank Snepp’s book, Decent Interval.

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