Volume 9, Number 35, September 14, 1982



Dr. Oscar Camilión, former Foreign Minister of Argentina

by Dennis Small

A particular friend of Brazil’s, he declares that it is absurd for the International Monetary Fund to try to solve the debt problem by forcing further recession. The time is now ripe for the continent to jointly discuss the fact that debt refinancing cannot be divorced from economic development.

Gilberto Ávila Bottía, Colombian Minister Without Portfolio and adviser to President Betancur

by Robyn Quijano

In the wake of the Malvinas war, the inter-American system must be revamped, and financing must be made available for growth. And the U.S. should deal with American banks involved in the Colombian drug traffic.

Melvin Klenetsky, Challenger to Senator Moynihan in the New York Democratic Primary Election

by Mary McCourt


Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Kennedy does it again.


Now that we have your attention.


Mexico: ‘Back to an Industrial Society’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

After the Sept. 1 banking nationalization: the domestic and international policy options.

Documentation: Excerpts from President López Portillo’s State of the Union message, in which the historic measures were announced.

Mexican Measures at a Glance

‘Common Market’ Proposed for Latin American Continent

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Now that this concept is officially on the agenda, EIR founder Lyndon LaRouche examines the potential and its Kissinger-supervised opponents.

Documentation: Interviews with Dr. Oscar Camilión of Argentina and Gilberto Ávila Bottía of Colombia.

Brazil Is the Swing Factor Among Debtors

by Mark Sonnenblick

Argentina’s Economic Policy Up in the Air

by Cynthia Rush

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

Just around the corner?

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

LaRouche-Riemann Model Analyzes West Germany’s Colonialized Economy

by David Goldman

The International Economic Crisis Catches Up with German Business

by George Gregory

On top of its long-term problems, the economy of the Federal Republic has begun to show the effects of Paul Volcker’s international ascendancy.

Ruhr Chambers of Commerce Accuse Central Bank of De-Industrializing Economy

How the Marshall Plan Stunted West German Industrial Recovery

by Susan Johnson

Contrary to the myth, this period shows black-ink accounting of a massacre of labor power and of rapid growth potential.


Kissinger Cooks Up a New Mideast Plan for Reagan

by Nancy Coker

The old “step-by-step” approach this time could quickly lead Washington off the cliff.

An Appreciation of Nahum Goldmann

by Mark Burdman

Mark Burdman describes the late Zionist leader as a towering figure who tried to apply the best of the European heritage to the problems of the Middle East.

LaRouche Mourns Nahum Goldmann’s Death

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Schmidt Must Fight To Win Hesse Election

by Susan Welsh

The European Labor Party has galvanized the linchpin West German state with its economic recovery program, but the other parties’ leaderships still have little, at best, to offer.

Deng Xiaoping Likely To Ensure Succession: But How Long Will His Dynasty Last?

by Gregory F. Buhyoff

A preview of the 12th Party Congress in Peking.

The Islamicist, the Nazi, and the Trotskyist: Ben Bella and His Friends

by Thierry Lalevée

Casting light on how “Arab terrorism” works.

International Intelligence


How George Shultz Became a Tavistock Brainwasher

by Richard Cohen

The second installment of Washington Bureau Chief Richard Cohen’s profile examines Shultz’s career as a “labor relations expert.”

A New Breed of Democrats Challenges Sen. Cannon in a Battle for the West

by Freyda Greenberg and Susan Kokinda

Resource policy is at stake in Nevada’s Democratic senatorial primary.

Reviving Hitler’s Favorite Music

by Mark Calney

The “Ring” cycle festivities in Seattle, Washington.

National News