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Volume 8, Number 20, May 19, 1981

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Departments

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Armand Hammer plots against Riyadh

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Restricting imports, stepping up exports?

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Michael Halbouty discusses the U.S. oil exploration potential.

Congressional Closeup  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Eye on Washington  

by Stanley Ezrol

Economics

Washington’s Currency Warfare Against Europe  

by Kathy Burdman

High U.S. interest rates have already incited a capital drain there; currency nonintervention could be the coup de grace.

Documentation: Interviews with Citibank’s Harald Cleveland, the IMF executive director for the. U.S., and a White House source.

Foreign Exchange  

by David Goldman

The new “malign neglect.”

Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

No mortgages yet from Merrill, Lynch.

Agriculture  

by Susan B. Cohen

Spotlight on exports.

Water for Mexico’s Agriculture  

by Patricio Estevez and Eduardo Quiroga

Mexico City correspondents provide a progress report on the central hydraulic plan for the northeast region: Part II of our Sonora report.

Currency Rates  

World Trade  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Will the American Economy Survive a New Credit Crunch?  

by Richard Freeman

Why the Fed’s interest rate hikes will accelerate both inflation and industrial asphyxiation.

The Debt Time Bomb Volcker Has Triggered  

A secular survey of the liquidity-that is, illiquidity-of the U.S. economy.

Documentation: Eleven graphs and tables.

International

The ‘LaRouche Doctrine’ on Israel and the Holocaust  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Writing from West Germany, EIR founder Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. discusses how the principle of national sovereignty and the lessons of Nazi extermination apply to policy by and toward Israel.

Documentation: Excerpts from statements by President Reagan and Prime Minister Begin.

Britain’s Anti-Technology Networks Sponsor New Disarmament Campaign  

by Luba George

Part 1 of an intelligence dossier on the “peaceniks.”

Western Powers Leave Teheran Up For Grabs  

by Thierry LeMarc

Thierry LeMarc analyzes the shifting strength and composition of the opposition to Khomeini, and the “vacuum” in U.S. and European policy toward Iran.

Trudeau Takes Aim at Quebec’s Waterway Expansion Program  

by Pierre Beaudry

Fuel taxes are jeopardizing Canada’s transport system.

International Intelligence  

National

Foreign Policy Progress and an Array of Traps  

by Richard Cohen

Richard Cohen reports from Washington on the Administration’s positive moves and shaky assets.

China Card Faction Boosts Pol Pot  

by Richard Katz

One of the worst foreign policy tracks: aid and comfort to Pol Pot’s forces.

‘U.S. Policy Is Population Triage’  

by Lonnie Wolfe

A further report on the RAPID/Global 2000 network in and around the State Department.

Documentation: Interviews with population strategists Philander Claxton and Marshall Green.

The Next Stage for Abscam/Brilab  

by Scott Thompson

To the extent that this Administration won’t tolerate pure frameups, a “Reagangate” against the executive branch is in the cards.

The Liberal PACs Team Up Against Moderate Congressional Democrats  

by Barbara Dreyfuss

The Harriman crew and the Buckley types explicitly target Representatives Wright, Jones, and Rostenkowski as too pro-growth.

National News  

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