Volume 8, Number 6, February 10, 1981



Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menendez

Who told the President to stay home?

Middle East Report

by Robert Dreyfuss

Peres bends with the winds.

Science & Technology

by Robert Zubrin

NASA’s outgoing director calls for expanded space effort: An interview with Dr. Robert Frosch.

Heritage Foundation: Scuttle the Shuttle

Congressional Closeup

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Energy Insider

by William Engdahl

U.S. nuclear bottlenecks.


Europe’s New Export Push: A Challenge to U.S. Policy

by Rénee Sigerson

Documentation: Comments by an anti-Eximbank Congressional planner and a Georgetown trade-war strategist.

A Swiss Complaint: Volcker Was Too Lax

This interview provides a sketch of the Bank for International Settlements mentality.

International Credit

by Renée Sigerson

A BIS gameplan for Europe.

World Trade

by Mark Sonnenblick


by Susan B. Cohen

EPA grabs for the globe.

Currency Rates

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

Fight on Kemp-Roth.

Draining the Northeast’s Water

by Leif Johnson

There is a shortage; it was planned.

Irish Banking Survey: A Two-Tier Credit System Fuels the OECD’s Fastest-Growing Economy

by Kathy Burdman

Business Briefs

Special Report

Legitimizing Terror: Who Wins, Who Loses

by Paul Goldstein

An overview of the threat to national sovereignty.

Carter’s Deal with Khomeini Is Illegal and Unconstitutional

by Edward Spannaus

Examining abuse of presidential authority and the question of an international claims praesidium.

Colombian Terror Targets Reagan

by Valerie Rush

A political case study.

What Is Colombia’s M-19?

Terrorist Controllers Plan a New Russell Tribunal

by Dolia Estevez Pettingell

A second case study.

Chiapas Becomes a Jesuit Time Bomb

Mexico’s oil-region insurgency.

Documentation: Interviews with two “left” Society of Jesus overseers.


India and Mexico Reject the Brandt Commission

by Dennis Small

The results of the January summit meeting go far beyond bilateral plans, according to reports from EIR correspondents in New Delhi and Mexico City.

Wharton’s Diemex Model

by Timothy Rush

An economic shell game intended to skew Mexico’s planning.

Wharton’s Spook: Lawrence Klein

A profile.

International Intelligence


Behind Haig’s Bid for a ‘Co-Presidency’

by Kathy Murphy

The new Secretary of State has designs that outdo Henry Kissinger’s record. Max Fisher is one of the instigators.

Who’s Mapping Out ‘Reagangate’

by Scott Thompson

The irony: NBC operatives, the Kennedy faction, and the others preparing “corruption” smears against the new Administration are gigantic crooks.

Plans Mount for a U.S. Terror Upsurge

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Among those involved is New York’s Roy Cohn.

‘A Day of Wonderful If Uncertain Hope’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The state of the Union, assessed by Contributing Editor Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

First Boston’s Strategy: Sweatshops in 1980s

First Boston says the Heritage Foundation is just a frontman.

National News