Volume 10, Number 9, March 8, 1983



Judge Germain Sengelin

by Philip Golub and Paolo Vitali

Interviewed in Alsace, France, he describes the East-West contraband routes and the efforts of certain officials in Paris to cover them up.


Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

No man is an island.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda


The U.S. dollar on gold: how soon?


The Oil-Price Drop: How Far, How Fast?

by Judith Wyer

The White House, the Market, the Fed, and the Price of Gold

by Renée Sigerson

Group of 77 Meeting in Colombia Sidesteps Immediate Action on Debt

by Carlos Cota Meza

Our Colombia bureau chief reports from the scene.

Creditors’ Cartel Moves into Phase II of Global Big MAC

by Kathy Burdman

Currency Rates

Including the formation of a “Rockefeller Commission on Debt.”

U.S. Congressmen Collude With Ditchley on IMF Banking Controls

by Kathy Burdman

The Auto Inventory Hoax Shows Why There Is No U.S. Recovery

by Leif Johnson

International Credit

by Mark Sonnenblick

Brazil devalues its sovereignty.


by Cynthia Parsons

U.S. agriculture: the new Third World?

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

Club of Life Urges Non-Aligned: Adopt Debtors’ Cartel

by Nancy Spannaus

‘New Economic Order Is in the Interests of North and South’

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

‘Facing the Greatest Economic Depression in World History’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Indian Spokesmen Say: ‘Fight For Truth’

by Mary McCourt

The Club of Life’s Battle for the New World Economic Order

by Lydia Schulman


What’s at Stake in the Assam Upheavals

by Uma Zykofsky

Anglo-American Media Push To ‘Iranize’ India

Behind the Attempt To Undermine India: Swiss, Nazis’ Networks, British Intelligence

by Mark Burdman and Susan Brady

The Reagan Administration Starts To Get Tough on Mideast Policy

by Nancy Coker

London Talks About Its Plans To Wreck Sudan’s Development

Why Is Genscher Out To Help Khomeini?

Italians Catch the ‘Men Above Suspicion’

by Marco Fanini

State Pulls Out Stops in Central America

by Cynthia Rush

Indochinese Hold Their First Summit

by Daniel Sneider

International Intelligence


Is Ronald Reagan Falling into the EPAgate Trap?

by Lonnie Wolfe

Scientists Campaign for Beam Weapons

by Robert Gallagher

Congress Wants Help To Vote Up IMF Plan

by Susan Kokinda

National News