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Volume 7, Number 37, September 23, 1980

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Science and optimism.

From New Delhi  

by Paul Zykofsky

India counters Singapore at summit.

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Turkey pushed to the brink.

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Special Report: Synfuels: boon or boondoggle? William Engdahl presents the technologies, costs, and resource consequences.

Campaign 1980  

by Kathleen Murphy


Business Briefs  

Fourth-Quarter Dangers for the World Economy  

by David Goldman

Western Europe and Japan, as well as the underdeveloped sector, are now drawn into the depression orbit enforced by the Federal Reserve and deepened by the energy squeeze.


by Laurent Murawiec

Crisis management for debtors.

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

IMF jumps toward reform.


by Alice Roth

Saudi rumors spur run.

Foreign Exchange  

by David Goldman

Separating wheat from chaff.


by Susan B. Cohen

Farm aid finally dangled.

Interest-Rate Rise Targets American ‘Sunset’ Industries  

by Kathy Burdman

Drastic and permanent cuts in steel and auto are planned, and will be facilitated by Volcker’s new credit squeeze.

Fusion Bill Moves to Senate  

by Margaret Sexton

An evaluation of the legislative prospects for this energy development program in the wake of the markup of the Tsongas bill.

Documentation: Statements from scientific and political leaders on the McCormack victory.

Special Report

The Mexican Fight for Modernization  

by Dennis Small

An overview of the López Portillo administration’s commitment to industrial expansion; the presidential succession; and the U.S. National Security Council’s push against Mexico’s growth.

The State of the Union: Mexico’s Future Task  

Excerpts from the Sept. 1 “Informe” Presidential address.

The New Role of the Military  

by Dolia Estévez Pettingell

Documentation: Three statements by Mexican armed forces spokesmen.

Brzezinski’s ‘Paddock Plan’ for the Mexican Population  

by Tim Rush

The U.S-based planners who want to slash the number of Mexico’s citizens.

Documentation: Interviews with five Malthusian planners.

The Patrons and the Theory of Parson Malthus?  

Mexico’s Excélsior Features the EIR Analysis of Iranian Destabilization.  


International Intelligence  

Iran’s Armed Forces Receive Covert Aid from Washington  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Robert Dreyfuss reports that it may soon become official military assistance.

Why Bill Sullivan Is Protecting Zbigniew Brzezinski  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A point-by-point response from Lyndon LaRouche to the former U.S. ambassador to Iran.

No Easy Way Out for Poland  

by Rachel Douglas

Tavistock’s Web in Eastern Europe  

by Rachel Douglas


National News  

Inside the Race for the Texas Democratic Chair  

by Konstantin George

A state party disproportionately dominated by liberals will choose its new officials, and a healthy fight could set a national pace.

Documentation: Interviews with the three candidates for the state chairmanship.

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

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