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Volume 8, Number 27, July 7, 1981

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Departments

Art Investor  

by Dr. D. Stephen Pepper

No comparison.

Book Review  

by Thierry LeMarc

What are the true roots of Islam?

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

The case of the “Centro Tepoztlán.”

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

The fuse is lit.

Eye on Washington  

by Stanley Ezrol

Congressional Closeup  

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda

Economics

If a Credit Crisis Comes, Will It Be Manageable?  

by David Goldman

Why “controlled disintegration” of investment flows may get out of hand.

Currency Rates  

How Chase Staves Off Bankruptcy  

by Richard Freeman

Its Asian business is the key, primed by illicit revenues, concludes Richard Freeman.

Documentation: Chase’s singular advisers.

Real-Estate Crisis or Pension Fraud?  

by Kathy Burdman

Kathy Burdman’s exposé of the latest attempt to unload bad paper on the pension funds.

Foreign Exchange  

by David Goldman

There is a danger of exchange controls.

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

State and the Brandt Commission.

World Trade  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Britain’s Strategy Forces a Turning Point for Oil Producers  

by Judith Wyer

Judith Wyer’s overview of the pressure toward price indexation.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Italy’s P-2 Scandal Implicates Haig and the Trilateralists  

by Vivian Zoakos

Documentation: The “Haig document” as reported on by Rome’s PCI-connected Paese Sera, citing Masonic sources.

A History of the P-2 Conspiracy  

by Umberto Pascali

Extracted from a lengthy dossier complied by Rome correspondent Umberto Pascali.

A Map of the Financial Powers that Control P-2 Operations  

by David Goldman

Masonic P-2 Operatives in Mexico Brought to Account by the PLM  

by Dennis Small

A fight that has reverberated in Italy.

Documentation: A statement of self-defense by Mexico’s chief Mason.

International

Japan and Southeast Asia Reject Haig’s China Card  

by Richard Katz

Richard Katz reports on the ASEAN meeting and the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s response.

Moscow on a Military Footing  

by Rachel Douglas

Brezhnev’s group now sees fit to downgrade détente efforts and make war-preparedness the rule of foreign policy.

The Club of Rome Launches Its Latin American ‘Pilot Project’  

by Gretchen Small

A report from Caracas.

Documentation: The highly placed speakers at the Club’s June conference.

A Challenge to Peccei Bursts Out in Mexico  

by Elsa Ennis

A second Club of Rome gathering.

The New French Cabinet: Who Gained  

by Dana Sloan

Not the Communists, but the terrorists.

In Memoriam: K.D. Malviya: An Indian Nation-Builder  

by Ganesh Shukla

International Intelligence  

National

A Victory for Reagan ... or for Haig and Volcker?  

by Richard Cohen

Richard Cohen lays out the Administration’s choices following the budget’s passage.

The Office of Management and Budget: A Subversive Institution Gone Wild  

by Vin Berg

David Stockman’s curriculum vitae, the strange backgrounds of his underlings, and the antigrowth reasons why Cap Weinberger established the OMB.

The Federal Election Commission: A Weapon Against Constituency Politics  

by Freyda Greenberg

A second backgrounder: how the FEC gained momentum for undercutting the kind of politicians who would oppose Stockman.

Campaign Groups Cite FEC Violations  

Anti-Volcker Moves Shake Up Washington  

How Rep. Stenholm Sees His Policy Role  

by Stanley Ezrol

An interview with the controversial leader of the Democrats’ Conservative Forum.

National News  

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