Missing Issues: Can You Help?       View Settings       Search

Volume 11, Number 29, July 31, 1984

Cover of EIR Volume 11, Number 29, July 31, 1984

View Full Issue

Download Full Issue

Interviews

Major-General William Walthuis  

by Dean Andromidas

The editor of the Royal Dutch Army’s official publication and one of Holland’s most respected military leaders discusses the need for “an alternative to MAD.”

Dr. Robert Jastrow  

by Robert Gallagher

The highly respected physicist reports that there is “no excuse for the incompetence of anti-beam-weapon scientists.”

Departments

Science & Technology  

by James W. Frazer, Ph.D.

A “new” and very old therapy for cancer.

Investigative Leads  

by Thierry Lalevée

Iran and Libya join forces for terrorism.

Middle East Report  

by Leo Scanlon

Khomeini regime collapsing.

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

Ibero-America’s “agricultural vocation.”

Report from Paris  

by Laurent Rosenfeld

Green light for the Ariane 5.

Report from Italy  

by Umberto Pascali

Venice tries to strikes back.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharson

“Bring back Henry ... but don’t let anybody know.”

Editorial  

Meeting the Soviet threat.

Economics

How Volcker Has Looted America’s Trading Partners  

by Vin Berg

Since mid-1982, the U.S. economy has been functioning as a parasite. The conclusion of EIR’s latest Quarterly Economic Report. The policies associated with the Fed chairman have left America unable to produce for itself, and rigged terms of trade to allow substitute import-purchases which amount to theft. But the parasite is about to lose its host.

Soviet Economic Bid To Dominate Europe  

by Rachel Douglas

Rachel Douglas reports on the “carrot” side of Soviet strategy to take over the continent.

Peruvian Industrialists Choose LaRouche over IMF Austerity Policy  

by Valerie Rush

Terrorist Offensive Slams Peru’s Economy  

by Carlos Potes

Currency Rates  

Foreign Exchange  

by Laurent Murawiec

Fed’s currency pump bloats the dollar.

Corporate Strategy  

by David Goldman

Merger boom: an echo of 1929?

Agriculture  

by Mary McCourt

LaRouche on the food crisis.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

The United States on the Edge of a General Breakdown Crisis  

by Christopher White

Contributing Editor Christopher White presents the shocking conclusions of an EIR special demographic study, “The Declining Productivity of the U.S. Household 1960-80.” The U.S. population has lost capacities for family formation at such a rate that demographic disaster looms over the United States.

International

NATO’s ‘Decoupling’ Means Genocide for Third World  

by Gretchen Small and Susan Welsh

A report of the Georgetown Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) explains that the Kissinger policy of pulling troops out of Europe, and the Kissinger policy of fomenting chaos and population wars in Central and South America, are one and the same policy.

Rehabilitation of Stalin’s ‘Hammer’ Augurs Russian Imperial Expansionism  

by Konstantin and Luba George

Examination of the Kremlin’s rehabilitation of Molotov.

Soviets Move into Middle East Vacuum Left by American Withdrawal  

by Allen Douglas

Who Banned EIR from Stockholm Airport?  

by Claes Wahl

Ibero-American Leaders Challenge IMF  

by Robyn Quijano

Report on Colombian President Betancur’s bid to bolster regional cooperation and destroy the drug mafia.

Will Great Britain’s Oligarchy Give Prime Minister Thatcher the Sack?  

by Laurent Murawiec

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche: Democrats Chose Mondale To Be 1984 Loser  

by Mel Klenetsky

Manatt ripped up the U.S. Constitution to stop LaRouche’s name from being placed in nomination in San Francisco. Delegates could vote for whom they wanted, as long as his name was Mondale, and his advisers were Henry Kissinger.

Documentation: What Rule 6 says.

How Special Interest Politics Have Failed  

by Mel Klenetsky

Elephants and Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Wife of a slumlord, linked to organized crime? A female Tip O’Neill.

National News  

Valid XHTML 1.1 Valid CSS!