Volume 9, Number 44, November 16, 1982



Honorary Military Archbishop Arrigo Pintonello

by Antonio Uccello and Raffaele Bonomi

Jesuit advocate of “a new Führer.”

Carlos Alzamora

by David Ramonet

The Permanent Secretary of the Latin American Economic System (SELA) notes that creditors are taking joint action: why not debtors? he asks.


Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

The Queen’s new corporatist policy.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Currency warfare on the border.

Middle East Report

by Nancy Coker

Closing the Open Door.


Beam Weapons: Teller is right.


How Mexico’s Weakness Can Be Converted into Economic Strength

by David Goldman

The key levers for immediately reversing the crisis there.

Documentation: Twelve graphics from the latest LaRouche-Riemann econometric study of the Mexican economy.

Will the Polish Government Wield the Debt Bomb for National Survival?

by Rachel Douglas

With differing motives, various leaders in Warsaw have articulated the possibility of using the debt as a negotiating weapon.

DOE Admits Sabotage of U.S. Fusion Power

by Paul Gallagher

Its latest plan concedes the potential for rapid development, and shows how it continues to be hobbled.


by Montresor

The silver boomlet.


by Cynthia Parsons

Compromise on U.S. water.

Business Briefs

Special Report

The Hidden Power of the Hereditary Oligarchs

by Criton Zoakos

Why Americans don’t understand this problem.

Return of the Monarchs: The Politics of a New Dark Age

by Scott Thompson

The multi-layered strategy for restoring the royal houses to official power.

The Royal Houses of Europe

A guide to the enemies of nation-states.

The Masonic-Linked Institutions that Wield the Vast Financial Power of the Oligarchy

by Renée Sigerson

The multibillion-dollar fortunes and their weight in the Eurocurrency and raw-materials markets.

Where Monarchists Are Hidden in the U.S.

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Some investigative leads.


Secretary Shultz and the Anglo-American Spy Scandal

by Criton Zoakos

Behind the Scenes in the Intelligence War

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Soviet Command Displays Its Scientific and Strategic Power

by Rachel Douglas

His Ibero-American Visit May Be President Reagan’s Last Chance

by Cynthia Rush

To recoup good relations there, and provide economic recovery for the hemisphere.

Betancur Challenged within His Cabinet

by Valerie Rush

A report on Colombia.

Western Europe’s Momentum Toward Political Catastrophe

by Vivian Zoakos

Spain’s Socialists: Transition to a Coup?

by Katherine Kanter

High Noon in Japan’s Political Warfare

by Daniel Sneider

A report from Tokyo on the LDP premiership fight.

Prof. Aly Mahazeri on the Long Tradition of Iran’s Battle Against Cultural Pessimism

Pakistan’s Zia Takes to the Diplomatic Road

by Paul Zykofsky

International Intelligence


The Nov. 2 Elections: No Victory for the Liberals

by Graham Lowry

How the Nuclear Freeze Referendum Was Set Back

by Frank Bell

The Fusion Energy Foundation succeeded in defining what “peace” really requires.

Shultz Working To Tighten London’s Stranglehold on the U.S. Government

by Richard Cohen

Gaining great leverage over economic policy, the Secretary of State is pushing for defense cuts and corporatist domestic policies.

Documentation: Henry Kissinger’s secret agenda for a new Mideast blowup, and a grid of U.S. diplomatic travels.

AFL-CIO Dirty Tricksters Caught in a Giant International Scandal

Unsuccessful efforts, in tandem with U.S. embassies, to put the kibosh on the Club of Life’s work with South American labor leaders.

A New Effort To Scrap the U.S. Constitution

by Robert Zubrin

Exposing a patrician conclave headed by Lloyd Cutler and Robert McNamara, and dedicated to ending judicial review and installing a parliamentary system.

National News