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Volume 7, Number 48, December 10, 1980

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Science & Technology  

by Vin Berg

Biochemistry key to agriculture’s future.

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Behind the Faisal assassination.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menendez

Price freeze ends cabinet fight.

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Assessing our nuclear future.


Currency Bloc Proposal: Britain’s Monetary Trap  

by David Goldman

West Germany appears to be going along with Ted Heath’s plans for the European Monetary System.

Senator Garn: Congress Must Regain Control  

The incoming chairman of the Senate Banking Committee discusses banking deregulation in an exclusive interview.

Indexation of U.S. Credit?  

by Richard Freeman

The trend goes far beyond money market certificates.

World Trade  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Foreign Exchange  

by Renée Sigerson

Dollar in the barrel.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

LaRouche-Riemann Model Projects Destruction of U.S. Living Standards  

by David Goldman

The implications of the latest EIR computer-based econometric results.

The Model’s Projections  

Thirty-six graphs showing the aggregate economy and the major industrial sectors.

Why Auto’s Cash Flow Has Moved into the Red  

by Richard Freeman

Richard Freeman examines the effects on the American Big Three of government-mandated safety and environmental requirements, which drained capital from modernization.

The Competition Issue  

The problem for U.S. auto wasn’t a slow response to the small-car market.


Schmidt Punts on Global Economic Leadership Goals  

by Susan Welsh

The news behind the West German Chancellor’s latest official address.

Documentation: Excerpts from the speech and from an opposition document proposing an environmentalist alliance with Schmidt’s coalition partner.

Moscow Nods to Polish Dissidents  

by Rachel Douglas

The Solidarity group’s friends in the Kremlin.

Turn in Japan-Soviet Relations  

by Richard Katz

Military and economic policy toward the U.S.S.R. will be conditioned by the Reagan Administration.

The New Initiative Under Way To ‘Iranize’ the Mexican Nation  

by Timothy Rush

As Mexico prospers, the opponents of industrialization escalate.

Growing Labor Unrest  

Ultraconservatives are supporting leftists.

‘Indigenist’ Demands  

The glorification of savagery – The Past and Future of Aztec Primitivism.

Lid Pops Off Mexico’s Mont Pelerin Society  

by Timothy Rush

A response to EIR.

International Intelligence  


Behind the ‘Hong Kong’ Urban Policy Proposals  

by L. Wolfe

The Heritage Foundation is setting up the President-elect through a barrage of “free zone” recipes that originated with the Fabians.

Conservatives Build for Leadership Role in the House  

An interview with Charles Stenholm of Texas, a leading House Democrat.

Opposition Mounts to Federal Reserve Credit Crunch  

by Graham Lowry

With notable action by the New Jersey state legislature.

Soviet ‘Moles’ Target New Administration Through Heritage Foundation Conduits  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

National News  

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