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Volume 8, Number 11, March 17, 1981

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Departments

The Art Investor  

by Dr. D. Stephen Pepper

The key to collectibles. A new column by Dr. D. Stephen Pepper.

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

The Saudi-Italian stakes.

Eye on Washington  

by Richard Cohen

Congressional Close-up  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Small coal-producer program fiasco.

Economics

Springing a Monetary Trap on the White House  

by David Goldman

David Goldman on the notion that Volcker’s interest-rate policy can be terminated by following Volcker’s budget prescriptions.

Documentation: Part One of an interview with Arthur Burns.

Why Supply-Side Economics Is an Antigrowth Swindle  

by Kathy Burdman

The Bank for International Settlements monetarists cooked up “Lafferism” as a new PR ploy for austerity.

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

Poehl: Germany’s Volcker?

Gold  

by Montresor

Tucker, Anthony warns of shakeout.

World Trade  

by David Ramonet

Rep. Bailey on U.S. Growth Needs  

by Barbara Dreyfuss

An EIR interview with a cosponsor of Ronald Mottl’s anti-Volcker legislation.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Mexico: A $100 Billion Neighbor  

by Robyn Quijano

Mexico 2000: Energy and Economy  

by Dr. Uwe Parpart

Dr. Uwe Parpart’s introduction to the FEFAMEF program.

The Urgency of a Full Education Drive  

The LaRouche-Riemann Model Shows Industrial Transformation  

by Dr. Steven Bardwell

Dr. Steven Bardwell on the program’s effects in the agricultural, petroleum, and capital goods sectors.

Documentation: Eighteen LaRouche-Riemann computer graphics.

Oil-for-Technology Deals: The Potential  

by Timothy Rush

And Mexican projects already under way.

Documentation: An American Nuclear Society spokesman interviewed on U.S. exports.

International

A Hobson’s Choice for Mideast Policy?  

by Mark Burdman

Reagan has options beyond Camp David or an AngloAmerican RDF.

Soviet Party Congress: Nuclear Energy Pivot of Five-Year Plan  

by Rachel Douglas

French Presidency: Giscard Campaigns Against Socialists  

by Garance Upham Phau

‘The Enemy Is Europe’  

by Susan Welsh

How the Royal Institute of International Affairs really sees the world.

Peking Halves Capital Investment, and Jeopardizes the China Card  

by Richard Katz

EIR predictions are being confirmed.

Sihanouk To Cover for Pol Pot Again  

by Ramtanu Maitra

An Auto-Defense Tradeoff for the U.S.?  

by Richard Katz

A report on Japanese export negotiations.

OSS ‘Old Boys’ Welcome Maggie Thatcher in New York  

by Scott Thompson

International Intelligence  

National

Red Alert On Reagan’s Budget Cut Plan  

by Warren Hamerman

Acting without scientific advice, the Administration is undercutting the basis of the economy and its own political lifeline.

Stockman’s Global 2000 Approach  

by Christopher White

The OMB director is on the bottom rung of two decades of planning for mass murder.

Documentation: Interviews and statements from Harlan Cleveland, George McGhee, John Oakes, Sen. Charles Mathias, and George Ball.

Justice Department Turning Into a National Police Apparatus  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The story goes far beyond an attempted FBI takeover of the Drug Enforcement Administration.

National News  

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