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Volume 9, Number 41, October 26, 1982

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Dr. Luis Valencia Rodriguez, Foreign Minister of Ecuador  

Antonio Delfim Netto, Planning Minister of Brazil  

Nemer Hammad, Palestine Liberation Organization Representative in Rome  

by Mark Burdman and Paolo Raimondi

Anna B. Bourgois, North Dakota Senatorial Candidate  

by Frank Bell

Harry Schwartz, former New York Times editorial board member, advocate of medical murder as a fiscal policy  


Book Review  

by George Canning

Fifty Years a Democrat, by former Manhattan Borough President Hulan Jack.

Inside Canada  

by Pierre Beaudry

Nazi justice through “rule of law.”

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

The Central American flank.


Andean Pact moves toward Populorum Progressio.


Ibero-Americans Look To a Debtors’ Cartel  

by Timothy Rush

Spurred by the first explicit statement in that direction from Mexico’s leadership.

A ‘Club of Death’ for the Continent  

A Who’s Who of the new Linowitz-Rockefeller Commission on Latin America.

‘Ibero-America Needs a Single Voice’  

by Cynthia Rush

An interview with the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister.

Has Venezuela Made a Deal with London?  

by Christian Curtis

If so, domestic opposition will be fierce.

Currency Rates  

The Balanced-Budget Amendment and the Soap-Opera Mentality  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Domestic Credit  

by Richard Freeman

Another Morgan swindle on Wall Street.

Trade Review  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Special Report

Carajás: First Step Toward an Amazon Industrialization Drive  

by Dennis Small

Dennis Small reports on EIR’s recent visit to Brazil’s mammoth project of mining, and potentially far more.

Documentation: Excerpts from an interview with Small and Contributing Editor Uwe Parpart in the Brazilian financial newspaper Jornal do Commercio — “We Are Directing Investment Toward Increased Exports”: An interview with Planning Minister Delfim Netto.

How Brazil Has Coped with Deteriorating Terms of Trade  

by Uwe Parpart

Better than most, but a nasty bind.

Brazil Moves Sideways Toward Common Market  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Barter deals have broad implications.

Brazilians Will Go to the Polls in a National Election, Finally  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Brazil’s Political Parties: Lack of Policy Direction  


Kissinger-Genoud Axis Plans an Autumn Bloodbath  

by Nancy Coker

In the Middle East, and elsewhere.

The ‘Crowned Cobras’: Enemies of Poland and Ibero-America  

by Criton Zoakos

Editor-in-Chief Zoakos on the evil dynasties that intend to secure neo-colonial control over Eastern Europe and the Southern Hemisphere.

Southern-Tier Oligarchs Dominate the New West German Cabinet  

by Rainer Apel

What one needs to know to penetrate the façade of Bonn politics.

The Command Structure of the Imperial Families in the Old and New World  

Factional Warfare in Japan’s Ruling Party  

by Daniel Sneider

After Premier Suzuki’s de facto resignation: EIR’s predictions since April are confirmed.

How the Vatican Is Addressing the Crisis in the Middle East  

by Mark Burdman

Behind the Murder Threat to the LaRouches  

by Robert Greenberg

A counterintelligence grid.

Under Pressure, Pakistan’s Zia Ups the Ante Against the Opposition  

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  


A Pre-November Punt on the Depression ... by Both Parties  

by Richard Cohen and Donald Baier

Unfit To Stay in Congress  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

Our Washington correspondents provide a political “hit list” of members of both houses of congress whose leadership has been misapplied.

Murdering Useless Eaters: The Nazis’ Euthanasia Comes to the United States  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

How British Intelligence Shaped the U.S. ‘Entertainment Industry’  

by Michael J. Minnicino

Part IV of our series on film; it casts light on why the advanced-sector population countenances mass murder.

National News  

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