Volume 10, Number 44, November 9, 1983



Walker Lee Cisler, Great Projects Planner

by Marcia Merry Pepper

The officer who ran Eisenhower’s World War II energy supply operation, and was involved in almost every major power project around the world thereafter, takes stock of the current situation.

Brigadier General Hector Luis Fautario (ret.)

by Dennis Small

The former Commander-in-Chief of the Argentine Air Force describes how directed-energy beam defense could “change the face of the world,” a potential not appreciated in the Third World. He spells out his criticisms of Kissinger’s strategic and economic policies, and calls for Ibero-American unity.

Julian Amery, Conservative Party MP

by Mark Burdman

The British defense expert upholds the need for the U.S. Grenada mission, against the outcry from Margaret Thatcher.

Colonel Marc Geneste of the French Army

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

The “father of the French neutron bomb” explains the necessity of beam weapons development from the standpoint of overall military doctrine and the arms controllers’ sabotage of Western capabilities.



An emergency financial program.


‘Support’ for the Dollar ... from a Swiss Gibbet

by David Goldman

After discussions with bankers in Switzerland and West Germany, Economics Editor David Goldman outlines their plans to keep the dollar high, crushing Europe, and then let it go smash in a chain-reaction collapse.

Currency Rates

World Energy Conference Delegates Demand Nuclear Energy for Development

by Susan and Ramtanu Maitra

Specialists from around the world agree that there is no substitute for nuclear power. The question is, who is willing to help the developing sector achieve it?


by Leif Johnson

“Old” and “new” airlines.

Domestic Credit

by Leif Johnson

The GNP inflator.


by Sanford Roberts

Judge declares debt moratorium.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

A labor call to arms.

Business Briefs

Special Report

After Argentina’s Elections: Which Economic Policy?

by Dennis Small

An analysis of the Oct. 30 outcome and the key decisions ahead, written by Ibero-America Editor Dennis Small, who was on the scene during the balloting.

EIR Presents Economic Program in Buenos Aires

by Cynthia Rush

A Common Market Would Mobilize the Continent’s Vast Potential

Building Argentina’s Infrastructural Base

Argentina Can Advance World Science Research


Bonn’s Genscher Conspires with Moscow and Iran

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Thierry Lalevée

The increasingly pro-Soviet West German Foreign Minister has teamed up with Khomeini and Yuri Andropov’s principal press spokesman Fyodor Burlatskii of Literaturnaya Gazeta.

Documentation: The text of the Oct. 26 Literaturnaya Gazeta attack on the LaRouches.

France and United States Targets of Soviet’s ‘Islamintern’

by Thierry Lalevée

Britain Purges ‘Churchill faction,’ Angles for Deal with Moscow

by Mark Burdman

Documentation: A comparison of British statements during the Malvinas War and the Grenada mission.

Would NATO Survive Lord Carrington?

LaRouche Addresses Strategic Crisis at EIR Development Conference in Bangkok

by Susan Maitra and Sophie Tanapura

Documentation: Sections of Lyndon LaRouche’s address to the conference, and the Bangkok Post’s coverage.

Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

Trudeau and the “back channel.”

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

A polarization over Grenada.

International Intelligence


Reagan’s Retaliation: Who Will Pay for Marine deaths?

by Judith Wyer

An opportunity to get Lebanon out of the Syrian trap.

Were the Bournes Trying To Stage an Iran Hostage Replay in Grenada?

by Kathleen Klenetsky

An exclusive exposé.

Capitol Hill Briefed on Beam Weapon Feasibility by Fusion Energy Foundation

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Along with diplomats, industrialists, and administration officials.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Commission hears Global 2000 policy.

Eye on Democrats

by Anita Gallagher

Tip O’Neill: “No longer fit to serve.”

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News