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Volume 6, Number 24, June 19, 1979

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This Week

Two Summits, a Summer, and the ‘Haig Option’  

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief  

Economics

Two Sides at the Tokyo Summit  

by Susan Johnson

The most crucial series of economic talks since 1946 – State’s Strategy for Tokyo: Conservation, Coal Gasification – “Blumenthal Will Push Deflation at Tokyo” – Giscard: Cooperation Is The Key To Solving Energy Problem – Ohira: Energy and North-South Relations the Principal Themes.

The IMF Plans World Deflation  

by Kathy Burdman

Gold: Remonetization With a British Twist  

by Alice Roth

‘New Era for Sterling Based on Renewed Dollar Crisis’  

by Kathy Burdman

Britain: The Tory’s Model Austerity Budget  

by Marla Minnicino

World Bank Using Econometrics To ‘Prove’ Malthus Was Right  

by Richard Freeman

Banking: Debate over Euromarket Controls  

by Lydia Schulman

Oil Price Hoax Becomes Raw Materials Crisis  

by Renée Sigerson

Trade: After the Shah: High-Technology Contracts Cancelled in Iran  

by Richard Schulman

Economic Survey

The $53 Billion Rip-Off  

by Richard Freeman

LaRouche’s economic model predicts effects of Carter’s oil price hike.

What the 1973 Oil Hoax Did to the U.S. Economy  

by Lydia Schulman

The World Oil Bill: Up by $109 Billion  

by Alice Roth

How the 1979 Oil Hoax Was Created  

Who Runs the Seven Sisters?  

Turning the U.S. into a Nazi Coal Economy  

by William Engdahl

An Energy Policy for America and the World  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Middle East

Who’s Behind OPEC’s ‘Price Hawks’  

by Mark Burdman

Cassette Tapes Attack Technology in the Maghreb  

by Mary Jane Coates

Khomeini’s Iran: Drugs, Corruption, and a ‘Bust OPEC’ Policy  

by Nancy Parsons

From an Oil Economy to a Dope Economy – Iran Treatment Looms for Indonesia – Muslim Brotherhood: A Legacy of British Rule in Nigeria.

U.S. Safehouses for Muslim Brotherhood  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Energy

The Gasohol Hoax  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Plan could cut overall consumption 50%, wreck farming.

Science and Technology

Soviet Semiconductor Technology Is Better Than You May Have Heard  

by Michael Tobin

Europe

Vote Rigging and Vote Fraud  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. analyzes the European elections.

Canada

The Men Inside Joe Clark’s Government  

by Peter Wyer

Back to the days of Lord Beaverbrook’s Special Operations Executive.

Latin America

U.S. Plans Invasion of Nicaragua  

by Chris Curtis and Gretchen Small

Marines the most efficient option, says State Department

The Opposition and Their Program  

Nicaraguan Rebels to U.S.: “We Are Sick of Hypocrisy.”

State Says U.S. Policy Is ‘Send In the Marines’  

U.S. Seeks Dominican Republic Replay  

Report

Campaign 1980  

by Kathleen Murphy

“Citizens for Haig” wheels into action.

‘Try Drug Pushers as Traitors’–Georgia State Senator  

by Culver Kidd

Columns

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Jackson Introduces Nazi Energy Development Bill – Hill Climate Builds for Mexican Oil Grab – House Fears Freeman Vote Fraud Challenge.

Labor Periscope  

by L. Wolfe and M. Moriarty

Parkhurst Gets Into the Act–Will Meany Retire?

American System Economist Rebutted Malthus–140 Years Ago  

State Provokes Energy Fight between Third World, OPEC at UNCTAD V  

by Susan Cohen

FALN Set for Terrorist Action in U.S., Puerto Rico  

by Michele Steinberg

World Trade Review  

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