Mr. Preate, Attorney General of Pennsylvania during 1989-95, and District Attorney of Lackawanna County during 1978-89, was an advocate of the death penalty who is now calling for a moratorium on its use.
by Rainer Apel
“Third Way” is on the march.
The party is over!
by Nancy Spannaus
Genocide: Russia and the New World Order, by Sergei Glazyev.
by Denise Henderson
Harry Hopkins: Sudden Hero, Brash Reformer, by June Hopkins.
by Bonnie James
Daumier, the 19th-century French artist, is most famous for his devastating caricatures of lawyers and judges—a subject which continues to strike a chord today.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The Clinton-hosted April 5 love-fest for the doomed “New Economy,” reminds Lyndon LaRouche of the Herbert Hoover Administration—except this time, the promise is for pot in every chicken.
Voices of relative sanity from Switzerland, Germany, and even Great Britain.
by Elisabeth Hellenbroich
A special report on “The Myth of the Information Society” was released at a Berlin seminar.
by Dennis Small
A speech by Dennis Small at the Schiller Institute-International Caucus of Labor Committees’ Presidents’ Day conference. “The title is not meant to indicate that I think the task is going to be easy,” says Small. The issue is cognition, in children in particular, and how one thinks, as discussed by Socrates. “At the very heart of what is required to truly defend the nation-state from its ongoing disintegration, what the oligarchy is really out to destroy, is this quality of thinking like children, of excitement at new discoveries, and of not being attached to any particular old beliefs.”
by Mark Burdman
The concern of leading European strategists is focussed on the Balkans, the Caucasus-Transcaucasus region, and the Baltic states, as likely points of strategic confrontation.
by Rachel Douglas
by Taras Muranivsky
So far, Russia’s new President does not include a single constructive thinker on economics. An analysis by Moscow Schiller Institute president Prof. Taras Muranivsky.
by Mark Burdman
by Gretchen Small
Colombia’s top narco-terrorists will be warmly welcomed at 10 Downing Street if they accept the British government’s official invitation. Who says the Queen’s not pushing drugs?
by Edward Spannaus
A decades-long global electronic spy scandal is being put in the spotlight, both in Europe and the United States.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Michele Steinberg and Marla Minnicino
Just because a racially bigoted Supreme Court has nullified the Voting Rights Act that cost the blood of so many heroic Civil Rights fighters, doesn’t mean that the battle is lost. Big fights are breaking out in Virginia, Texas, Michigan, and elsewhere—fights that will go all the way to the Democratic National Convention.
by Nancy Spannaus
A statement by former Peruvian Minister of State Patricio Ricketts Rey de Castro, contrasting the hypocritical U.S. interference in Peru’s elections, with the treatment being given to Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign.
Picking up from the World Trade Organization summit, representatives of 405 organizations from around the world—some of whom are well-known terrorists— are beginning to descend on Washington, D.C. to rally against the IMF and World Bank.
by Marianna Wertz
by Scott Thompson
by Carl Osgood