Dr. Mahathir, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, discusses the fight to defend his nation against speculators and the collapsing global financial system.
Let Clinton be President again!
by Mark Burdman and Marcia Merry Baker
As the world economy continues to careen toward a generalized breakdown crisis, the debate intensifies in favor of a global regime of capital and exchange controls imposed by sovereign national governments, to stem the ravages brought about by “globalization.”
An interview with the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.
by Edward Spannaus
In his first major speech of his Presidential campaign, former Senator Bill Bradley has begun to resurrect some of the themes from the short-lived 1995-96 resurgence of the Democratic Party.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In this campaign statement, Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. defines the issues of method and morality which alone would qualify a person to be the Presidential standard-bearer of the Democratic Party. “To understand what the special qualifications of a good U.S. President must be,” he writes, “especially under conditions of financial, economic, and strategic crisis at least as bad as those faced by President Franklin Roosevelt, the concerned and serious citizen must compare any present candidate for that office with the cases of the truly greatest of our past Presidents.”