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Volume 6, Number 45, November 20, 1979

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Energy Shutdown  

by Criton Zoakos

Chirac: “France’s Voice for Human Progress” – Thinking the Unthinkable.

Oil Shutdown: Creating an Energy IMF  

by Judith Wyer

The CFR’s Scheme: Disintegrate Oil Markets  

Predicting the Chaos of the 1980s in 1973  

World Economy In for Energy Stocks  

The Bid for a North American Common Market  

by Peter Wyer

Legislating War on Energy Development  

by William Engdahl

Nuclear Shutdown: Gutting High Technology  

by Jon Gilbertson

A Planned Phase-Out of Nuclear Power – The Report of the President’s Commission on Three Mile Island.


Freeze of Iranian Assets Starts Eurodollar Market Crash  

by David Goldman

Schröder Bank: The Purpose Is To Slow Lending – Group of 30: Need a Crisis To Get Action.

Zaire: A Case Study in Credit Shutdown  

Collapse in the Consumer Sector  

Domestic Credit: Interest Rates Have Not Peaked  

by Richard Freeman

Ohira Shuts Off Japan’s International Lending  

by Richard Katz

Why the Railroads Want Deregulation  

Agriculture: USDA Projects a 20 Percent Cut in 1980 Farm Income  

Susan Cohen

Middle East

Who is Abolhassan Bani-Sadr?  

by Mark Burdman

A profile of the new foreign minister of Iran.


Europe Moves Against Terrorism  

In Italy, the case is building against Giacomo Mancini.

New Book Uses LaRouche To Hit Terrorist Backers  

Backers of West German Terrorism Exposed  

by Susan Welsh


‘International Terrorism’ Hits the United States  

by Paul Goldstein

Greensboro: Job by the Anti-Defamation League  

by Scott Thompson

A Terrorist Accomplice Named Civiletti  

by Michele Steinberg

Conferences’ Role in Planning Terrorism  

The Controllers of Terrorism Speak Out  

U.S. Report

Will the Democratic Party Take the Winning Road in 1980?  

by Konstantin George

What They’re Saying about the Democrats  

Chicago Democrats Badly Byrned  

by Mitch Hirsch

Cleveland Ousts a Kennedy Kook  

Special Report

Dracula Had Blue Blood  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche on the ‘kooks’ and the ‘realists’ of strategic policymaking.


World Trade Review  

Congressional Calendar  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

House Majority Leader Blasts High Interest Rates – Senator Asks ICC To Wait on Trucking Deregulation – $88 Billion Synfuels Bill Passes Senate – SALT Passes Senate Committee – Administration Seeks Floor Action on Hospital Cost Containment Bill.

Gold and Currency Price Charts  

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