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Volume 9, Number 5, February 9, 1982

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Departments

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

A proposal for the American West.

Interviews  

Book Review  

by Richard Schulman

Noam Chomsky and His Machine-Man: Rules and Regulations by Noam Chomsky.

Africa Report  

by Douglas DeGroot

The leadership question.

Middle East Report  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Abu Nidal: a Mossad agent.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

A new Henriquismo?

Labor in Focus  

by Mel Klenetsky

Mondale’s “Partially Employed Society.”

Editorial  

The siege of Switzerland.

Economics

Bonn Surprises the ‘Third Way’ Planners  

by David Goldman

1981 Farm Bill Is a Rotten Compromise  

by Susan Brady

The Real Scope of U.S. Unemployment  

by Leif Johnson

Currency Rates  

Justice Department Gives AT&T and IBM the Go-Ahead for the ‘Wired Society’  

by Leif Johnson

West German Exports to Iraq: Key Flank in Mideast Trade Expansion Drive  

by Thierry Lalevée

World Trade  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Will the U.S. Join Italy’s War Against Dope, Incorporated?  

by Nora Hamerman

What Italian law enforcement has accomplished, how they did it, and where the U.S. tracks lead now that it has been proven that the drug, terror, and dirty-money network is a single entity.

The Abscammers’ Ties to the Red Brigades  

Europeo Reveals Haig Aide’s Complicity With P-2  

The Stakes in the Gen. Dozier Case  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Documentation: A Dossier on the Investigations, by Vivian Zoakos.

EIR’s Approach Blew the Covers  

by Mary McCourt

Excerpts from our exposés, which were provided in full to Italian counterterror officials.

Arab Financiers of Terrorism and Drugs  

by Judith Wyer

International

Who Is Fooling Whom Within the Alliance?  

by Christopher White

The Mitterrand government’s recent moves make the State Department look ridiculous.

Brazil’s Nuclear Energy Program Is Under Fire But Not Defeated  

by Mark Sonnenblick

And its incompetent gasohol plan is being cut back.

India’s Future: The Potential for a Nuclear Fusion Effort  

by Uma Zykofsky

Acceleration in India’s Growth Plan  

by Paul Zykofsky

India’s Aerospace Policy: Program Contributes to Nation-Building  

by Paul Zykofsky

Italy: Two Pipelines Key to Energy Prospects  

by Giuseppe Filliponi

Italy’s dealings with the U.S.S.R. and Algeria.

International Intelligence  

National

If Reagan Dumped Volcker, What Would He Do Next?  

by Richard Cohen

Not the liberal Democrats’ approach, surely, but the Kemp option or the LaRouche option?

CFW Session Attacks Helmut Schmidt  

by Graham Lowry

A report on the Committee for the Free World’s January conference.

Did the FBI Murder a Williams Witness?  

by Andrew Rotstein

The death of Marie Weinberg benefits the Abscam prosecution, unless it backfires.

Minority Spokesmen Support Sen. Williams  

by Elliot Greenspan

Why So Many Texans Are Riding Sidesaddle  

by Nicholas Benton

National News  

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