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Volume 6, Number 34, August 28, 1979

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This Week

Murder, Inc. Targets LaRouche  

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief  

Economics

Wheat Exports–A Set-Up in Duluth  

by Steve Parsons

World Trade: Hodges Junior: No Better Than Senior?  

by Richard Schulman

IMF Loosens Up ... a Little  

by Susan Johnson

IMF Policy Fuels Speculation in U.S.  

by Richard Freeman

‘Off Budget’ Borrowing Fannie Mae’s Delight  

Midwest Rails: The Local Bailout Gambit  

by Charles Leone

Commodities: Lomé II: Inconclusive Results  

by Susan Cohen

Britain: Tory Chancellor Sees Bankruptcy as Good Business  

by Marla Minnicino

U.S. Report

Presidency 1980: This Week: Wall Street’s John Connally  

by Konstantin George

What’s Behind Rita Hauser  

Energy

Behind the Heating Oil Swindle  

by William Engdahl

Kennedy’s ‘Morgenthau Plan’ for the Northeast United States.

The Encono Bill: A $1.5 Billion Boondoggle  

New York Plan Junks Nuclear To Burn Garbage – Roger Starr’s 1977 Interview on “Planned Shrinkage.”

Europe

EIR Sponsors Conference on Friedrich List  

by Gunter Beyes

Concludes List’s political economic method key to Third World development.

Press

Chicago’s Gangs: Who Benefits?  

Part 3 of reporter Roy Harvey’s award-winning series.

Labor

AFL-CIO Votes Depression Program  

by L. Wolfe

A look at how the labor federation’s policies are made.

Latin America

Nicaragua’s Revolution  

by Gretchen Small

After a month in power, government announces reconstruction program.

London Wants a Showdown  

Will U.S. Force Nicaragua To Radicalize?  

‘All Must Send Aid’–Fidel Castro  

A ‘High Command’ for Latin Energy  

by Tim Rush

Who’s Who on the “Committee of 15” – Committee and Workshop Programs.

Economic Survey

Poland: Industrial Development or IMF Conditionalities?  

by Luba George

Behind Poland’s ‘Bukharinites’  

Middle East

Iran Slides Toward Civil War  

by Judith Wyer

Georgetown Professor Backs Khomeini’s Pol Pot Economic Plan  

The Pahlavi Dynasty Joins Dope, Inc.  

Soviet Press Issues First Attack on Khomeini  

Columns

Labor Periscope: UAW, NCLC Settle Lawsuits  

Energy Extra: Japan Bungles Mexico Oil Bid  

by Kevin Coogan and Tim Rush

Facts Behind Terrorism: U.S. Environmentalists Linked to Italy’s Red Brigades  

by Ian Levit and Mark Sonnenblick

World Trade Review  

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