by Susan Brady
Why the Punjab’s agriculture took off, and how the rest of the country could accomplish the same rapid output growth.
by Paul Gallagher
No theoretical or engineering obstacles stand in the way of nuclear fusion energy development.
by Steven Bardwell
Where fusion research stands internationally.
by Gregory F. Buhyoff
Deng’s Pyrrhic victory.
by Douglas DeGroot and Mary Brannan
The Fez summit and the Horn.
by Josefina Menéndez
PAN runs into trouble in Sonora.
In their own name.
by Laurent Murawiec
The bottom line of chatter about “debt rescheduling” and “debt restructuring” is the IMF plan to cut off new net credit.
by Valerie Rush
Documentation: The text of proposals for a dirigist credit system and an all-out industrialization commitment.
by Cynthia Rush
While other Ibero-American nations wage internal battles over the question.
by Renée Sigerson
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Richard Katz
by David Goldman
The lowdown on Martin Feldstein.
by Paul Gallagher and Steven Bardwell
Documentation: “Achieving Fusion Is a Problem of Politics, Not Technology”: An interview with Edwin Kintner — Polarized Fuel: The Research Discovery That Could Move Up Fusion’s Timetable, Excerpted from the groundbreaking September 1982 issue of Fusion magazine — “Nuclear Fusion Is Ready for the Engineering Stage Now”: An interview with Stephen O. Dean.
by Marsha Freeman
by Rainer Apel
The end of the Schmidt coalition pre-empted the national importance of the Hesse elections. A late Weimar-style budget-slashing government is about to come in.
by Thierry Lalevée
by Mark Burdman
Excerpts from a Der Spiegel interview just before the death of the great Jewish leader.
by Garance Upham Phau
by Irene Beaudry
Not only are there parallels with Italy: the same networks are demonstrably involved.
The significance of the results in Baltimore and the 6th Congressional District in Minnesota farm country, where National Democratic Policy Committee-backed candidates were running on Sept. 14.
by Graham Lowry
Both the Republican and Democratic congressional leaderships are making no pretenses of doing anything about high interest rates at this point.
by Laurence Hecht
The LaRouche faction at the September state party conference raised a ruckus over policy questions.
by Mary McCourt
Upholding the record of Averell Harriman and the views of Arthur “blacks are inferior” Jensen.
by Michael Minnicino
Part I of a six-part series on the brainwashing goals and capabilities of motion pictures. Pass it along to anyone who thinks films are harmless entertainment. The essence of brainwashing is the complicity of the victim.
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda