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Volume 11, Number 37, September 25, 1984

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Interviews

Jeremy Stone  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The head of the Federation of American Scientists, calls for war by committee.

Departments

Foreign Exchange  

by David Goldman

IMF Annual Report: Dollar in Trouble

Medicine  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

A Bogus Antibiotic Scare.

Vatican  

by Augustinus

The Liberation that Enslaves.

Northern Flank  

by Aurora Borealis

Olof Palme on a Russian Leash.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Bonn’s Defense Planning.

Attic Chronicle  

by Phocion

Carrington’s Southern Flank.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Mexico Will “Adjust” to World Crisis.

Editorial  

Stop the world-wide food shortage!

Economics

IMF and Soviets Agree To Bankrupt the U.S.  

by David Goldman and Laurent Murawiec

Both the Fund and the European banking mafia appear to have converged with the financial strategy of the Soviet Union, which is accumulating dollar balances with the intention of dumping them for other currencies at the appropriate moment.

Mexico Accepts Kissinger’s Terms in Debt Renegotiation  

by David Ramonet

The deal is without substance but for plenty of political concessions to the banks.

LaRouche in Japan: An Unmet Challenge: ‘Third World’ Economic Development  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Currency Rates  

Kissinger’s Threats Felt at Debt Meeting  

by Cynthia Rush

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Mondale’s Food Shock: Shortages Begin To Hit the U.S.  

by Christopher White

The world food supply is presently in the hands of a small group of companies, typified by Cargill of Minnesota, the “owners” of Walter Mondale. As a result, the United States is now on the verge of food shortages, and a drastic shift in the nation’s dietary standards and consumption patterns. A complete report by Christopher White, Marcia Merry, and Sylvia Brewda.

Debt Bomb Set To Blow Up U.S. Farms  

by Sylvia Brewda

USDA Covers Up the World Grain Crisis  

by Marcia Merry

Government Programs Shrink Dairy Herds, Milk Supplies in Jeopardy  

by Marcia Merry

Will There Still Be Meat on the Grocer’s Shelf Next Year?  

by Carol Cleary

International

NATO, Warsaw Pact Face Off in Europe  

by Luba George

The Soviets’ “dress rehearsal” for invasion continues, now opposite large NATO exercises. When they’re over, Europe could be more vulnerable than ever.

The Ogarkov Shift: The Height of Soviet Strategic Deception?  

by Rachel Douglas and Clifford Gaddy

No one knows where the former Red Army chief-of-staff is, or what he’s doing—but he’s probably doing something.

Schiller Institute Exposes East Bloc Origin of Slanders Against Conference  

Soviet agents everywhere have come rushing out of the woodwork.

Soviets Make Move for Dominance in Mideast  

by Thierry Lalevée

State Department Joins the Drug Mob in Ibero-American Destabilization  

by Valerie Rush

The Philippines Under IMF Siege  

by Ramtanu Maitra

A first-hand report from Manila on the political effects of the economic crisis, by our correspondent Ramtanu Maitra.

International Intelligence  

National

Kissinger, Gromyko, and the Carrington Ultimatum  

by Criton Zoakos

Carrington arrived in Washington on Sept. 10, with demands on the Reagan Administration which, if accepted, will sound the death knell of the Western Alliance. Editor-in-chief Criton Zoakos reports.

Documentation: Lord Carrington’s speech in Washington.

Will ‘Reformers’ Tear Up the U.S. Constitution in 1984?  

by Sanford Roberts

Sanford Roberts examines the perilous proximity of a Second Constitutional Convention, and why it mustn’t occur.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharson

Persona Non Grata?

Elephants and Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

When the IMF Talks, Fritz Listens — Pressure on Reagan.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News  

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