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Volume 6, Number 21, May 29, 1979

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This Week

Oil Crisis Is Unnecessary  

by Nora Hamerman

This Week in Brief  

Economics

U.S. Sets Policy for Tokyo Summit  

by Lydia Schulman

Treasury, State propose IMF surveillance over U.S. economy.

Poultry: High Technology Winner for Entrepreneurs and the Developing Sector  

by Susan Cohen

U.S. Court Clears Road for HongShang Bank Takeover  

by Kathy Burdman

Carter Administration Moves U.S. Economy into Recession  

by Steve Parsons

Euro-Arab-Soviet Combination Rigs the Gold Market  

by Alice Roth

Major Shakeup Underway of U.S. Raw Materials Supply Channels  

by Renée Sigerson

Foreign Exchange: A Foot in the Tokyo Door  

by Susan Johnson

Outlook for World Trade: Control, Trade War and No Growth  

by Richard Schulman

Britain: The Titanium Tangle: ‘Free Enterprise’ Put to the Test  

by Marla Minnicino

Europe

European Elections: What’s at Stake  

by Vivian Zoakos

Nuclear power, EMS pitted against the Hapsburg program in campaigns.

1. Germany’s Choice: Development or Feudalism  

The ELP: High Profile on the Real Issues.

2. France: De Gaulle’s Europe or None  

3. ELP Campaigns in Gen. Haig’s Homeland  

4. Italy: A Nation’s Future at Stake  

by R.D. Cedeño

5. Sweden: Swan Song for Socialists  

by Paul Arnest

Economic Survey

Ireland: The Fastest Growing Country in Europe  

by Marla Minnicino

American System policies behind economic boom, decision to join EMS.

Latin America

Cuba, Mexico Heads of State Meet  

by Robyn Quijano

Energy, industrial development posed as the alternative to war.

López Portillo, Castro Issue Joint Communiqué  

Mexico Will Not Tolerate Genocide  

Counterintelligence

Zionists Tied to ‘Nazi’ Organizing, Part 1  

Labor

Foresee Big IBT Role in 1980 Campaign  

Fitzsimmons: ‘We Need Candidates With Workable Solutions’  

Columns

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Congressional Votes Aimed at Carter Administration – What Do Jack Kemp and George McGovern Have In Common? – Antinuclear Drive Steamrolls Timid Opposition – Kennedy’s Antitrust Legislation on Front Burner – Trade Legislation To Go to Hill in June.

Labor Periscope  

One Strike Ends, Another Drags On – Steelworkers Union Under CFR Siege.

American System: Matthew Carey on Protection vs. Free Trade  

Energy: London Oil Wire Leaks Classified CIA Scenario  

by William Engdahl

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Imposes Three-Month Licensing Moratorium – Exxon Head Predicts 20-Year Gas Shortage.

Facts Behind Terrorism  

by Michele Steinberg

Italian Investigation Uncovers Bertrand Russell Networks Behind Terrorism – U.S. Terror Wave Readied.

World Trade Review  

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