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Volume 6, Number 14, April 10, 1979

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This Week

Part of the Conditioning for War  

Bhutto: ‘A Life for the Liberation of Mankind’  

The Week in Brief  

Economics

Ghosts of Schacht and Keynes  

by David Goldman

British, Schlesinger carry out global contraction of production.

London Seeks Merger with U.S. Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

Will Tight Euromarkets Squeeze Out Third World Borrowers?  

by Alice Roth

Domestic Credit: High Interest Rates Scoop Away Banks’ Business  

by Lydia Schulman

Tories, Labour Agree; War Is Our Growth Industry  

by Kevin Coogan

Divest Oil, Push Coal: Following Ashland’s Lead  

by Leif Johnson

Gold Bullion Price Still Rock-Hard  

by Alice Roth

U.S. Administration Revives ‘Food Weapon’  

by Susan Cohen

Central Bank Dollar Sales Twist Credit Markets  

by Susan Johnson

British Opt For War Production To Boost Sagging Economy  

by Marla Minnicino

U.S. Report

Schlesinger’s Plot To Shut Down the U.S. Economy  

by Nancy Spannaus

I. The Nuclear Hoax  

by William Engdahl

II. The Oil Hoax  

by Judith Wyer and Richard Freeman

III. Transportation Sabotage  

by Lonnie Wolfe

IV. The Plan for Crisis Management  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Europe

NATO Makes IMF a Strategic Issue  

by Vivian Zoakos

Europe is told to subordinate the EMS–or else.

German Bankers Bow to the IMF  

by Peter Buck

Energy Battle Lines Drawn in B.R.D.  

by James Cleary

“Ending Nuclear Power Means Slave Labor.”

French Nuclear Plan Unaffected, But ...  

by Dana Sloan

Le Figaro: Nuclear Foes Are “Buffoons.”

Britain Eyes EMS as an Austerity Instrument  

by Marla Minnicino

Jenkins Tries To Shoehorn Britain into the EMS.

Middle East

Israel To Move into Saudi Arabia  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Report U.S. trains terrorists to attack oil fields – “Saudis Must Feel Israeli Threat.”

Asia

China Scraps Heavy Industry Bid, Shifts to Light Industry Exports  

by Peter Rush

Latin America

Colombia Drug Battle Boils Over  

by Cynthia Rush and Sixto Mendez

Includes reports on methods available to stop the flow of drugs and, in their own words, why Colombia’s financiers want legalized marijuana, and why Columbian Communists are against it.

Counterintelligence

Who is Otto von Habsburg?  

Part 3 of an exposé of what’s behind his Pan European Union.

Labor

‘Dissidents’: The Union’s Side of the Story  

IBT official Lawrence McHenry says Camarata would destroy the union.

Columns

Energy: Arden House Plotters Claim Mexico Has No Oil  

by Tim Rush

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss

Antinuclear Crisis Mongering Strikes Congress – Enter Ted Kennedy – A Voice of Sanity – Fight On Over Carter’s Alaskan Land Grab – Balanced Budget in the Pipeline?

Labor Periscope  

by L. Wolfe

Winpisinger Stumps for Ted Kennedy – A Fog in the Steel Union.

Facts Behind Terrorism: Nuclear Terrorism Back on the Agenda?  

World Trade Review  

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