by William Engdahl
Nuclear activists and the NRC.
by Daniel Sneider
Masaki Nakajima, Chairman of the Mitsubishi Research Institute, and author of the draft proposal for a Global Industrial Fund.
by Robert Dreyfuss
The “business” side.
by Josefina Menéndez
Probe International and the Hank scandal.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
A warning to subscribers.
By means of “swaps,” the U.S.S.R. is selling without driving down the price, and Europe is expanding its gold reserves.
by Richard Freeman
The budget deficit is pushed up by Volcker’s high rates; the budget cuts would slash essential infrastructure.
by Leif Johnson
Even before its association with Michele Sindona.
by Susan B. Cohen
Congress spotlights farm crisis.
A new service.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by David Goldman
The second and final part of Economics Editor David Goldman’s account of how the Strategic Bombing Survey-RAND Corporation crew used electronic gimmickry to force-feed zero-growth economics.
by Daniel Sneider
The proposal to regenerate the advanced sector by developing the Third World.
by Ramtanu Maitra
The fundamental question of energy development and specific feasibility questions.
by Richard Katz
by Timothy Rush
The President has attacked capital-flight promotors as traitors. The leading newspaper chain comments that only those with ill-gotten funds have the liquidity for substantial currency transfer.
by Nora Hamerman
Six new leads on the financiers and deployers of the Red Brigades, in dossier form.
by Nancy Coker
Sources in the Israeli intelligence circuit which promotes Islamic fundamentalism say Egypt’s new leader will be eliminated by April.
by Graham Lowry
A 1983-87 commitment to a gimcrack conventional buildup and/or “Space Wars” Wunderwaffen would entail draining the civilian economy and estranging the United States from its allies.
by Dennis Small and Gretchen Small
The buildup toward U.S. military involvement there is part of the “guns-not-butter” preparation.
by Susan Kokinda
Apart from the revival of Senator Melcher’s resolution to bring down rates, no action against the Fed is in the works.
by Anita Gallagher
by Joseph Brewda
Founded by a lawyer for the Moore interests, the Anti-Defamation League is still largely funded and controlled by the patricians.