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Volume 4, Number 47, November 22, 1977

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International

The Sadat-Begin Meeting: More Than Geneva Hangs in the Balance  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Sadat Visit Reveals Geneva Policy Split  

Best Bet Is Separate Peace – For a Comprehensive Regional Settlement.

Begin, Dayan Rift Widens  

Shah Pushes Hard Bargain for Nuclear Development  

by Judy Wyer

Terrorism: “A Sort Of Cold War.”

U.S. Report

Schlesinger Strategy on Energy: Bludgeon Opposition into ‘Compromise’  

Energy Debate: A Sample – Anderson: “Trying To Work Out the Best Package” – House Liberals Threaten Veto—Sort Of – U.S. Press Differs on Administration Energy Policy.

Shah’s Nuclear Offer Heats U.S. Energy Fight  

Senator Hits White House Sabotage of Iran Deal – Shah to U.S.: Find New Energy Sources or Perish – The Press on the Iran-U.S. Deal – Carter Hails Nuclear Fusion ...?

Purge of Energy Department Nuclear Advocates Stepped Up  

‘Dump Schlesinger’ Movement Grows, Say Columnists – Text of the Council on Environmental Quality Memo to the President – Schlesinger Another “Henry Kissinger,” Says CEQ Aide – White House Faction Leaks Internal Memos To Kill Thorne Nomination.

Business in Phony Deal with Carter  

by David Goldman

“Left-Wing” Dems Demand “Jobs, Any Jobs” – Conference Calls for Decentralization, Corporate Socialism, and Wind Power.

Kissinger, Hoping for a Comeback, Seeks To Wreck Geneva  

Jacksonites, Israel Lobbyists Go After Defense Department.

Economics

Foreign Trade Meeting Clings to Protectionism, Slower Growth  

Industrialized Nations’ Exports Collapse — Carter: Deficits a Fact of Life – Blumenthal: Support Carter Anti-Energy Policy – “Wages Inflationary” – Emminger: I Want a Strong Dollar – Strauss: U.S. Demands Protectionism – “The President Has No Inclination For Nuclear Production” – Katz: Progress Is Illicit Activity – Katz: Europe Can’t Retaliate Against U.S. – Mitsui President: U.S. Should Help Japan and Developing Asia.

Change Exim into Bank for Nuclear Export  

by Criton Zoakos

Run on Yen Throws World Monetary Policy Off Balance  

by David Goldman

U.S. Business Counters Declining Profits with Cost-Cutting, Fast-Buck Speculation  

by Richard Freeman

European Central Banks To Mobilize Gold Reserves?  

Steel Reference Price Proposal Masks Rationalization of World Steel  

Protectionist Challenge Hits Soviet Merchant Fleet.

OPEC: Big Producers Line Up for a Slim Price Increase  

A Fifth Column in OPEC.

Energy

World Nuclear Drive Makes Headway  

Science & Technology

Major Fusion Breakthroughs Reported  

by Charles Stevens

Eyewitness Report: Soviet Scientist Opens International Nuclear Energy Drive  

by Charles Stevens

Miami Conference: Fission-Fusion Technology Feasible, Necessary  

Soviet Scientist: If We Can Coordinate Efforts, Fusion Can Be Achieved  

Labor

Carter Administration Endorses Empty Humprhrey-Hawkins Legislation  

Lie of the Week.

How the World’s Press Covered the Dortmund Pro-Nuclear Demo  

... And Why the U.S. Press Didn’t.

Lack of Evidence Doesn’t Deter Press ‘Probe’ of Teamsters  

‘Full Employment,’ Urban Policy Are Cover for Genocide  

Porter: “We Will Force Relocation” – Zero Population Growth “Fortunate” – Starr: Change Welfare System To Shrink Cities – Rohatyn: Make Welfare a Tool – IPS Man: “We Have To Raise Taxes, Federal Deficit” – We’ll Make Mincemeat of Carter If He Doesn’t Support Urban Scheme – JEC: Humphrey-Hawkins Prepares the Way – Levitan: Lower the Minimum Wage – Reuss Report: Fed Must Help “Decentralization” – Cities Must Cut Service Costs – Ginzberg: Unemployment Much Larger.

Soviet Sector

Geneva and the Factional Line-Up in the Soviet Union  

by Criton Zoakos

Red Army Uses Brezhnev Against Brezhnev – Evans, Novak Find “Gaullist” Faction Strong in U.S.S.R. – Banned Carrillo Speech Was “Prepared” by Pravda Editor.

Africa

Somalia Breaks with Soviet Union, Cuba  

The Somalia Story: A Year of Diplomatic Warfare.

Asia

Japan: An Economic Pearl Harbor?  

by Daniel Sneider

Strauss Aide Demands that Japan Dismantle Its Industrial Structure  

“Dulles Brinksmanship in Economics.”

Latin America

Development Issue Is Realigning Venezuela’s Political Map  

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