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Volume 32, Number 43, November 4, 2005

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The Very Ugly Truth About Michael Ledeen:
The `Universal Fascism'
Behind the Cheney Cabal

It is Ledeen's open embrace of "universal fascism" that provides a deeper insight into the true character of the neo-conservative Cheney Cabal as a whole. Jeffrey Steinberg reports.

Ledeen's Beloved `Universal Fascism':
Venetian War Against the Nation-State (PDF)

Franklin, Ledeen, and the Pollard II Case

Documentation:
Larry Franklin Admits Guilt
in AIPAC Spy Case (PDF)

The LaRouche Role in
Bringing Cheney Down

Economics

Leadership Failure Continues,
White House Stiffs Gulf States

"Let them eat budget cuts" is the Administration's rule in dealing with local governments decimated by Hurricane Katrina.

Bush Chose Slave Labor for Hurricane Work

What Is a Hyperinflationary Shock Wave?

Jonathan Tennenbaum explains how the "upward collapse" of today's hyperinflation is like a sonic boom.

Senate's $8 Billion for Flu:
Will Vaccine Funds Be in Time for Pandemic?

National

Clinton Proposes Emergency Summit
To Save Auto Industry

Sen. Hillary Clinton's proposal is a step toward the measures to rebuild the industrial economy which Lyndon LaRouche has long been calling for.

The Beauty of Rosa Parks

A tribute by Amelia Boynton Robinson

How Indictments of His Cronies
Will Affect President Bush

An interview with Dr. Justin Frank on The LaRouche Show, an Internet radio program. Members of the LaRouche Youth Movement joined host Jeffrey Steinberg for a discussion with the author of Bush on the Couch.

International

Hurricane in Washington:
A New Policy in Berlin Now!

A statement by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the chairwoman of the Germany's Civil Rights Movement Solidarity (BüSo).

Government Crisis Looms:
Japan Faces the Future

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Kirchner Wins Big in Argentina,
Boosts Battle for New Bretton Woods

So, why are his enemies blasting him as an "authoritarian personality"?

Terrorism and Italy's Strategy of Tension

A discussion with Adm. Falco Accame (ret.).

Moro Assassination Needs More Investigation

International Intelligence

History

A Persian Tragedy:
Mossadeq's Fight for National Sovereignty

The precedent for regime change in Iran today, is the 1953 overthrow of the democratically elected government of Mohammad Mossadeq, by an Anglo-American combination. Mossadeq was a unique leader, both in his vigorous fight for national sovereignty and development, and in his nuanced understanding of British geopolitics and the potentially positive role of a United States acting in the tradition of FDR. By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach.

In Memoriam

The Beauty of Rosa Parks

A tribute by Amelia Boynton Robinson

Interviews

Dr. Justin Frank

A practicing psychiatrist, Dr. Frank is a professor at the George Washington University Medical Center, and is the author of Bush on the Couch.

Editorial

Protection and the Principle of
National Sovereignty