by Dr. D. Stephen Pepper
Tradition and the 20th century.
by Dr. John Schoonover
Saturn findings are vindicating Kepler.
by Daniel Sneider
L.K. Jha, former Indian ambassador to the United States and Brandt Commission member, on the Brandt Commission, India, and prospects for North-South talks.
by George Gregory and Rainer Apel
Schmidt’s strategy against tension.
by Josefina Menéndez
Unity of the left.
by Robert Dreyfuss
A bogus option for Iran.
by William Engdahl
The Western coal pipeline battle.
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The “Secret” of the Hydrogen Bomb: The Physical Principles of Thermonuclear Explosive Devices by Dr. Friedwardt Winterberg.
by Laurent Murawiec
The “old boys” coaching Reagan are juggling deflationary gold remonetization options.
by Leif Johnson
On the plans for further service cuts, fare hikes, market-share changes, and an end to mass air travel.
by Richard Freeman
Is a budget deficit inflationary?
Can a computer forecast the price?
by Susan B. Cohen
The fraud of “sustainable agriculture.”
by Mark Sonnenblick
by David Goldman
It’s impossible to say when the Federal Reserve’s necrophiliac credit policies and the deterioration of the industrial base will converge in all-out crisis. This overview explains how EIR’s LaRouche-Riemann econometricians successfully anticipated trends in 1981, and identifies the future branching points.
Economics Editor David Goldman reviews 12 graphs selected from the latest LaRouche-Riemann study, examining overall industry and specific sectors.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Reagan Administration is following Fritz Kraemer’s counsel to abandon the quest for strategic adequacy and provoke “localized” wars.
by Michele Steinberg
The new round of terrorism is designed to help undo key governments.
by Timothy Rush and Dennis Small
The gradual buildup to a multiplication of civil wars.
by Cynthia Rush
One of the least “localized” flashpoints for confrontation.
An excerpt from Latin America Editor Dennis Small’s highly publicized statements in Mexico City.
by Umberto Pascali
The State Department knows about the new confirmation of Craxi’s drug/terror links.
by Graham Lowry
Confident or crestfallen, the President has not extricated himself from the Volcker maze in which all choices lead to austerity and military vulnerability.
by Susan Kokinda
Will Congress have the courage and the intellectual resources to launch adequate policy proposals?
As a sampling of the pressure on congressmen when they visited their districts, we print extracts from testimony at a Maryland hearing on the Federal Reserve’s credit cutoffs to producers and consumers.
by William F. Wertz
An interview with the National Democratic Policy Committee’s West Coast coordinator, William Wertz, now California’s most prominent opponent of the fruit-fly patron and the well-subsidized radical.