by Paul Gallagher
The stakes in the fight for Italy’s “heavy lira”: Review of A “Gaullist” Solution for Italy’s Monetary Crisis by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Josefina Menendez
Obregón won, not Zapata.
by Robert Dreyfuss
Not so simple, Mr. Reagan.
Some policy clues.
by David Goldman
David Goldman on the implications of the new curb on Germany’s international lending.
Documentation: An interview with Federal Reserve Governor Henry A. Wallich.
by Renée Sigerson
The specter of the 1930s.
by Richard Freeman
When the economy snaps, let go.
by Kathy Burdman
Squabble of the titans.
by Susan B. Cohen
Dairy to test Reagan farm policy.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Alice Roth
Swiss to dump dollars for gold.
by Richard Katz
An overview of the current situation and Deng Xiaoping’s strategy.
by Dennis Small
by Timothy Rush
by Carlos Wesley
by Gretchen Small
by Rachel Douglas
The first in a series of reports on U.S.S.R. factions by Soviet Sector Editor Rachel Douglas.
by Elsa Ennis
Documentation: López Portillo versus Castañeda.
by Dolia Pettingell
by Robert Dreyfuss
Robert Dreyfuss on the “shuttle” reprise.
by Douglas DeGroot
Douglas DeGroot on Libyan incursions into Black Africa.
by Mark Burdman
by Dana Sloan
The French electoral race poses a threat against the republic’s strong presidency.
Documentation: Recent press blasts against Giscard and the French system of government.
by Barbara Dreyfuss
An update on industry, union, farm and legislative action.
Documentation: Statements and resolutions from the United Autoworkers, New York unionists, a Pennsylvania auto dealers’ spokesman, a Washington State congressman, and Sen. Howell Heflin of Alabama.
by Kathy Murphy
Not just Kissinger, but various Democratic operatives primed Alexander Haig’s rise, and continue to do so.
The designates as National Security Adviser and United Nations ambassador have unhealthy backgrounds, too.