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Volume 6, Number 30, July 31, 1979

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This Week

Nicaragua: Crimes of the IMF  

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief  

Economics

Salvage Rights for the Dollar?  

by David Goldman

Dresdner Moots New Global Gold Standard  

by Alice Roth

Domestic Credit: Who Is Triggering a U.S. Downturn?  

by Lydia Schulman

Banking: Behind Proxmire’s Takeover Bill  

by Kathy Burdman

World Trade: Economic Warfare Bills Move Through Congress  

by Richard Schulman

The NATO Push in Electronics  

by Leif Johnson

Paul Volcker Is a Thug  

by Susan Cohen

Behind the Fed nominee’s pro-dollar pose.

U.S. Report

British Hands on the White House  

by Konstantin George

The Haig Transition Team  

As Britain Predicted ...  

The Royal Institute of International Affairs Assesses Carter’s Presidency – Ditchley: “U.S. Power on the Wane.”

... So the Press Disposes  

The British Press Comments – The U.S. Press Takes Aim at Carter.

Haig Men Gloat: Carter’s Through  

Who’s To Gain from White House Crisis – “Haig’s The Man To Run the Country.”

LaRouche Campaign: An American Alternative  

by Vin Berg

Asia

The Crisis in India  

by Daniel Sneider and Leela Narayan

India’s Foreign Policy: Staunchly Nonaligned  

World’s Tenth Largest Industrial Economy  

by Paul Zykofsky

Janata ruralization policies threaten industrial legacy of Nehru – India Emphasizes R&D for Energy Production – ECIL: From Nuclear Energy to Advanced Electronics – Indian Businessmen Begin To Speak Out.

Crisis Threatens India’s Independence  

Mrs. Gandhi speaks with Executive Intelligence Review.

Military Strategy

Redefining the SALT Debate  

The American System approach versus the British approach.

Gromyko Warns Amendments Will Kill SALT Treaty  

Middle East

The Ayatollah Drops His Mask  

Iran to join Israel-Egypt pact for a Middle East Treaty Organization.

Special Report

Arabs Target London for Mideast Terror, Destabilization  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Bernard Lewis: ‘Arabs Stupid Enough To Believe Qabas’  

Al Qabas Fingers Lewis, Bilderberg for Terrorism  

Arabs Growing Wary of Aspen Institute  

Britain’s ‘8 Days’ Operation  

by Nancy Parsons

“8 Days” Covers for the Bilderbergers.

Columns

Congressional Calendar  

by Susan Kokinda, Barbara Dreyfuss and J. Pierce

Carter Energy Program Fading Fast on the Hill – Efforts To Kill Clinch River Breeder Underway – Export Administration Act Passes Congress – Carter Administration Proposes Beefed-Up Trade Department – Carter Nominees Railroaded Through Committees.

Labor Periscope  

by L. Wolfe and Molly Kronberg

More Moves To Skirt Davis-Bacon – Labor Beware of Connally

Energy Insider  

by Judith Wyer

OPEC Markets Rising Output on a Direct Sale Basis – Oil for Technology.

World Trade Review  

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