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Volume 6, Number 43, November 6, 1979

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This Week

A Signal from West Berlin  

by Nora Hamerman

The Week in Brief  

Economics

Mobilization Against the European Monetary System  

by Renée Sigerson

Solomon Demands Europe Follow U.S. into Shutdown  

U.S. Savings Banks on the Chopping Block  

by Lydia Schulman

The Gold-Oil Connection  

by Alice Roth

Yen’s Weakness Rebounds Against Premier Ohira  

by Richard Katz

Reuss Wants To Close the Discount Window  

It Costs More and More To Transport Food  

by Susan Cohen

Chrysler’s ‘Final Solution’ Proposed  

by Steve Parsons and Susan Johnson

How an Antigold Policy Emerged in the U.S.  

by Alice Roth

Economic Survey

Depression: Who Will Volcker Bring Down?  

by David Goldman and Richard Schulman

Secret Auto Memo Warns of 300,000 Layoffs by Christmas  

Riemannian Analysis Shows How Volcker Will Bring Down Economy  

by David Goldman

Britain Caused the 1929 Crash  

by David Goldman and Richard Schulman

U.S. Report

Illinois Legislature Unanimously Votes for Volcker’s Resignation  

by Mel Klenetsky

Call for Selective Credit Action Issued  

Illinois Rep. Bullock: It Means Catastrophe  

Connally’s Economics or Kennedy’s: Is There Really Any Difference?  

Sen. Kennedy: Austerity and Maybe Technology  

by Kathy Burdman

John Connally: Austerity and Maybe Trade  

Foreign Trade Is a National Security Matter  

Jumping On to a Sinking Ship?  

by Kathy Burdman

Latin America

Decoupling the Developing Nations  

U.S. Federal Reserve credit policy means catastrophe for Brazil.

Europe

A Dope, Inc. Kidnapping: What’s Behind the Sindona Affair  

Soviet Sector

Moscow Warns SALT Is Worthless If NATO ‘Modernizes’  

by Rachel Douglas and Susan Welsh

Using a Peace Treaty To Prepare for War  

Ustinov Views Global United States Posture  

NATO ‘In The Grips of Inertia’  

Columns

Labor Periscope  

by Lonnie Wolfe

AFL-CIO Wants ‘Equality of Sacrifice’ – What Fraser Is Doing to the UAW and Chrysler.

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Repeal of Regulation Q, Sweeping Banking Reforms Pass Senate – Congressman Asks Fed: Why Not Two-Tiered Interest Rates? – Senate Okays Oil Import Curb – Alaska Lands Bill Passes Senate Committee – Deconcini Opens Drug Enforcement Hearings.

Facts Behind Terrorism: Kooks, Death Threats and the Occult  

Energy Extra  

by Judith Wyer

Britain Earning “Price Hawk” Reputation – Europeans Plan Strategy.

World Trade Review  

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