Volume 11, Number 21, May 29, 1984



Attic Chronicle

by Phocion

The flaw of Papandreou’s opponents.

Report from Bonn

by Hartmut Cramer

Trouble for the Jesuits in the CDU.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Behind the Guatemala atrocities.

New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Bushwhacking in South Asia.

Report from Paris

by Christine Schier

Unholy alliance against steel revival.


by Augustinus

The Pope’s Slavic turn.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Hartdale comes to California.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Vienna’s Club of Rome Crowd Want Kissinger To Rule — Embarrassed at Bilderberg.


Schiller and the future of the West.


The Conti Illinois Case: U.S. Credit Under Siege

by Christopher White

The authors of the giant “bailout” of the eighth-largest bank in the United States are compounding their past failures. Each new patchwork remedy aggravates the crash potential.

What Moscow Should Conclude from the Illinois Bank’s Sharp Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. examines the latest financial emergency from the standpoint of its bearing upon possible U.S. adoption of his Draft Memorandum’s approach to strategic war-avoidance negotiations between the superpowers.

Currency Rates

Labor in Focus

by Rainer Apel

German Metalworkers: More than a local strike.

International Credit

by David Goldman

Who pulled the plug on Conti?

Andean Report

by Javier Almario

Betancur bows to IMF “advice.”

Business Briefs

Special Report

LaRouche Candidates’ Movement Upsets the Campaign Charade

by Nancy Spannaus

Following recent election victories, LaRouche Democrats represent a significant power bloc in the party, and a decisive margin for the outcome of the November election.

One Million Votes Counted in 1984 for LaRouche Citizen Candidates

by Warren J. Hamerman

LaRouche Dems Beat Manatt Crew in Ohio

by Marla Minnicino

Who are Ohio’s LaRouche Democrats?

All-Out War Between the Two Democratic Parties in Texas

by Criton Zoakos

EIR’s Editor-in-chief Criton Zoakos, on the scene, describes the impact of the LaRouche candidates’ movement.

Vote Thieves Caught Red-Handed in Maryland Presidential Primary Race

by Warren J. Hamerman


Soviets Mock Appeasers, Turn Screws on Germany

by Edith Vitali

The Soviet KGB’s Papandreou Gambit

by Phocion

At the May 10 First Congress of the Greek Prime Minister’s PASOK party, torrents of tribute to the U.S.S.R. confirmed EIR’s predictions.

DOS ‘Pleased’ with Philippines Election

by Linda de Hoyos

Which were followed by a new austerity program.

Economic Crisis in Israel: The Way Out

by Mark Burdman

As counterposed to the Wharton School’s proposals.

Morocco Sponsors a Peace Initiative

by Thierry Lalevée

Breakthroughs were made when 40 Israelis attended the May 14-15 Council of the Moroccan Jewish Communities in Rabat.

Challenging the Anti-ASAT Follies

by James E. Oberg

International Intelligence


KGB Delegation Coaches the MX Vote in Congress

by Richard Cohen

In combination with pressures from the new interest-rate increase.

The Kremlin’s Russian Orthodox Cultists Invade Washington, D.C.

by Mark Burdman

Since May 3, the Soviets have sent four high-level delegations to the United States, to clinch the unilateral disarmament trend in Washington.

Henry Kissinger’s Policies Wreck the U.S.-Mexico Summit

by Valerie Rush

President de la Madrid was rebuffed by the Administration and vilified by a State Department press outlet as he relayed Ibero-America’s horror at the latest interest-rate increases.

Strikes and Lockouts Begin To Spread

by Vin Berg and Steve Komm

Union-busting accelerates in the industrial belt.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News