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Volume 4, Number 36, September 5, 1977

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Walter Mondale: British Agent  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

West Germany Makes Dangerous Concessions to Chase Manhattan  

by Alice Roth

LaRouche: Bring It Down on September Fifteenth  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Mondale Sharks Gather Around Sinking Carter  

Press Summary: Attacks on Carter Escalate — Sharks Are Gathering.

Rohatyn Heads Drive for Nazi Economics  

White House Plans Youth ‘Energy Checks’ on Their Neighbors  

Rohatyn Leads Attack on Urban Political Machines  

SEC on Warpath  

USLP Files Civil Rights Suit Against FBI’s ‘Fist’  

Koreagate Victims Bribed by Justice Department  

Who Is Tongsun Park?  

by Daniel Sneider

Carter Drug Proliferation Policy Goes on Trial  


Luxembourg To Become New World Gold Center?  

Banking: Chase Formal Bankruptcy Forecast for End of September  

Proxmire’s ‘Banking Return’ Will Push the Economy Over the Edge  

New York Investment Houses Apply Debt Weapon to East Bloc Countries  

Corporate Data Exchange: Terrorist IPS Computerizes Its Enemies List  

by Alfred Ross

Soviet Sector

LaRouche: A Case of Crass Soviet Stupidity  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


The Buckley Family – Part III: Wall Street Fabians in the Conservative Movement  

by Scott Thompson


The Lazard Frères’ Network in Italy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

IMF Plans Rout of Portuguese Industry  

Britain: Can Pound Boom Turn into Industrial Recovery?  

by Pamela Goldman

Shortfall in Britain – Capital Spending, Skilled Labor, R And D  

West Germany: Brandt Calls for More Terrorism  

Middle East

Turkey on the Brink: Debt Moratorium or Holocaust?  

Egypt: Will the IMF’s New Austerity Topple Sadat?  

by Mark Burdman

World Bank Reports Reveal Gear Up for Looting of Egypt  

OPEC’s Dilemma: How and When To Break with the Dollar  

by Judy Wyer


China – One Half of Mao Still Remains  

by Peter Rush

Latin America Economic Survey

Venezuela: Why the Bolivar Is Stronger Than the Dollar  

“Devaluation Of The Bolivar? Nonsense!”

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