Science and the national interest.
by Josefina Menendez
The case of Mr. Juan Eibenshutz
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
Expanding our coverage.
by William Engdahl
“The tax must be repealed”.
by Richard Freeman
The current structure of international and U.S. corporate debt means too much loan demand for interest rates to come down soon-unless a crash intervenes.
by Michael Hudson
Strapped for deposits, the Fund continues to dictate Third World policy nevertheless.
A scandal behind the revitalization pledges.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Susan B. Cohen
Zero growth for California water?
by Alice Roth
IMF bows to remonetization.
by David Goldman
Documentation: Interviews with a legal counsel to the Comptroller of the Currency and Sunbelt bankers.
by Kathy Burdman
Documentation: Statements by domestic adviser Stu Eizenstat and Conference of State Bank Supervisors president Angelo Bianchi.
Documentation: Statements by the Association of Reserve City Bankers and New York Fed.
Documentation: Interviews with the American Banking Association and three non-New York money center bankers.
Documentation: Statements by the U.S. League of Savings Associations.
by Nancy Coker
by Judith Wyer
The latest Pentagon diplomacy seeks bases for a rapid-fire “constabulary force” in the region.
by Robert Dreyfuss
The slide in American influence since Camp David continues, but the British are reaping the benefits, not the Soviets and their “hard-line” associates.
by Dana Sloan
The enemies of a second Presidential term for Giscard have chosen "anti-Semitic violence" as a weapon against his government.
by Michael Liebig
by Criton Zoakos
Criton Zoakos identifies the step-by-step scenario to push Carter ahead, why Reagan’s grass-roots support has dissipated, and the magnitude of the vote fraud potential.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
A memorandum to members of Congress from the National Democratic Policy Committee’s advisory board chairman, Lyndon LaRouche. Adequate defense, he contends, rests on the highest level of scientific effort and on legislators’ ability to tell shadow from substance.
An interview with Dr. Morris Levitt of the Fusion Energy Foundation, which played a paramount role in shaping the McCormack nuclear fusion legislation and creating the circumstances for its passage.