Volume 9, Number 27, July 20, 1982




by Mark Burdman

Gen. Mordechai Gur, former Israeli Chief of Staff and presently a Labour Party leader.

Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

New budget reinforces depression.

Report from Bonn

by George Gregory and Rainer Apel

Brandt promotes “Greens” against Schmidt.

Middle East Report

by Nancy Coker

Too much rope, too few tugs.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Some surprises in the election.


Restoring America’s national purpose.


Swiss and British Set To Blow Out the Dollar

by David Goldman

‘U.S. Not Responsible for the Eurodollars’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A policy statement.

The Siberian Pipeline Embargo: Who Has Whom Over the Economic Barrel?

by George Gregory

The British intend to come out on top.

The World’s Best Econometric Record

by Richard Freeman

A brief summary of the LaRouche-Riemann model’s forecasts.

Houston Commercial Real-Estate Market: The Boom Is Turning into a Blowout

by Richard Freeman

Texas is not disaster-proof.

The U.S. Joins the Davignon Plan: A Shrunken Cartel for World Steel

by Leif Johnson

Part II of our profile.

Currency Rates


by Cynthia Parsons

Farm crisis bill defeated.

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

Separatist Terror: Old Nazis Play a Soviet Card

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A new outbreak of separatist terror is in the making. The controllers of terrorism who center around the Hapsburg dynasty are receiving a certain kind of assistance from the Kim Philby intelligence faction in the U.S.S.R.

Separatist Mayhem for Central America

by Gretchen Small

A case study: manipulation of Indian tribes.

Otto von Hapsburg’s Bestiary

by Herb Strong (Herbert Quinde)

A grid of separatist entities.


How Sharon Moved To Wreck U.S. Lebanon Plan

by Robert Dreyfuss

EIR’s earlier analyses have been borne out. Here we examine Soviet and Vatican diplomacy as well.

Venezuela Poses Real Development Strategy

by Gretchen Small

The LaRouche proposal for a continental Common Market is gaining momentum.

Documentation: Excerpts from a July 1 speech by the President of the Organization of American States’ Permanent Council, Hilarión Cardozo.

Vietnam To Withdraw Cambodian Troops

by Daniel Sneider

Taking out some of its forces is part of Hanoi’s effort to establish ties with ASEAN. Peking and the State Department are countering with their new Pol Pot “coalition in exile.”

Hanoi’s Party Leaders Gear Up for Economic Recovery

by Daniel Sneider

The most important development at the recent Vietnamese Communist Party congress was not the personnel shakeup, but the drive to strengthen agriculture and infrastructure.

U.S. Veterans Make Some Progress in Hanoi Talks

International Intelligence


Why President Reagan Gave Haig the Axe

by Richard Cohen

He was presented with evidence confirming EIR’s accusations that the Secretary of State, through his own secret channels, was acting as an agent of a foreign power.

Midterm Convention: A Political Funeral

by Allen Salisbury

This report, however, is extremely lively, at the expense of most of the participants at last month’s Democratic Party sessions in Philadelphia.

A Manhattan Project for Beam Weapons

by Laura Chasen

Excerpts from the presentations at a June 24 EIR seminar on ABM defense held on Capitol Hill at the request of Rep. John Rhodes (R-Ariz.).

New LaRouche Volume Will Pull the Science of Psychology Out of the Mud

The principles of advanced physics and Classical music are relevant to the breakthrough.

National News