by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche’s keynote address to a conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees in Kiedrich, Germany. “Now, the Titanic is sinking. The unsinkable is sinking, this world economy in its present form. The question is not at what minute is it going to sink, or even what hour it’s going to sink; but, do the passengers have the intelligence to get off the ship before it does?”
by Marcia Merry Baker and John Hoefle
One year ago, LaRouche proved that “there has been no economic growth on this planet, since the end of 1960s.” Looking at the collapse of physical production as against spiralling monetary and financial aggregates since that time, we now see that process intensifying.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche takes the decline of the machine-tool sector in Germany, as a case study demonstrating most clearly the reasons for the past quarter-century’s economic catastrophe.
by Lothar Komp
Lothar Komp investigates what lies behind “German economic miracle”: the small and medium-sized firms that employ 60% of Germany’s workers, pay 70% of taxes, and, most important, are the seed-bed for translating scientific discovery into technological improvements, via their skilled labor force.
by Susan Welsh
As the world political and economic crisis plunges ever deeper, more and more institutions, nations, and governments are turning toward the ideas of Lyndon LaRouche.
In addition to Lyndon LaRouche’s campaign for the Democratic nomination for President, Lyndon and Helga LaRouche addressed audiences in Russia, China, Slovakia, Germany, Italy, and, via video-tape, Ibero-America.
by Bruce Director
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Not a few Conservative Revolution scalps, and those of Republican moles in the Democratic Party, are dangling from LaRouche’s belt.
His actions since he left the White House prove what we said: He was lying when he took his oath of office.
by Mary Burdman
The project for a Eurasian Continental Bridge moved to center stage in 1996, as the Beijing government forged ahead, and more and more nations joined this enormous development project.
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
On Dec. 5, EIR ‘s Ramtanu Maitra presented a paper at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, on the reasons why India should build the southern development corridor branch of the Eurasian land-bridge, linking Southeast Asia to Europe by rail.
by Rachel Douglas
LaRouche’s Presidential campaign statements, his interaction with the Russian intelligentsia, and his written interventions provide a unique view of the reasons for Russia’s deepening crisis, and what can still be done about it, even at this late date.
by Nancy Spannaus
The continent is wracked by a political strike process, a state of revolt against the austerity conditional ities dictated by the Maastricht Treaty.
by Carlos Wesley
Lawmakers have begun to consider the draft legislation for a bankruptcy reorganization of the economic and financial system, better known throughout Ibero-America as the “LaRouche Plan.” Governments are not yet ready to take the plunge, but the proposals are definitely on the table.
by Gretchen Small
The enemies of the nation-state came out in 1996 and named their single most influential opponent in Ibero-America: Lyndon LaRouche.
by Linda de Hoyos
The Schiller Institute, LaRouche, and EJR have one principal distinguishing characteristic that have made them a rallying point in Africa: They have told the truth.