Volume 27, Number 27, July 7, 2000



Growth of Regional Alliances Can Lead to New Bretton Woods

by Richard Freeman

Not only Asian nations, but now European ones as well, are beginning to take action toward protecting themselves from the collapse of the London- and Wall Street-centered financial system.

Beijing Conference Asserts Need for Regional Protection

by Mary Burdman

The IMF Unleashes Upheaval in Argentina

by Gonzalo Huertas

When President de la Rúa announced “just one more” austerity package, many parts of the country exploded in protest, with workers demanding back pay and protection for their families.


Lawrence C. Marshall

Mr. Marshall is the legal director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.



Europe Rallies against Summers’s Madness.


Italy Looks Forward to New Bretton Woods

by Liliana Gorini

Lyndon LaRouche was was greeted with warmth and respect at the Italian Parliament building, where he addressed a conference sponsored by a growing faction of Italian leaders who want debt forgiveness, not fascism, for the world.

LaRouche Promotes New Bretton Woods System While in Rome  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The text of LaRouche’s June 23 address at the Cenacolo Hall of the Italian Chamber of Deputies.

Globalization Is Leading to a Social Explosion

by Hon. Michele Rallo

LaRouche: Those Who Could Rebuild Economy Are Being Eliminated

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Excerpts from the question-and-answer session at the conference in Rome.


French Foul Up Albright’s ‘Democratic’ Fascist Scheme

by Mark Burdman

The U.S. State Department’s Madwoman Albright went so completely overboard at aWarsaw conference, that French Foreign Minister Hubert Védrine refused to sign her hypocritical document calling for what Wall Street and London cynically term “democracy.”

LaRouche Warns: ‘A World Conflagration Is Coming’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The full text of an interview with Lyndon LaRouche, by the Peruvian weekly Gente.

NED Finances Chaos Around Mexican Presidential Elections

by Gretchen Small

Financial Crisis Forces Search for Balkans ‘Exit Strategy’

by Umberto Pascali

France, Germany Move to Overhaul Europe

by Rainer Apel

Princess Diana Murder Cover-Up Turns Deadly  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Iranian President’s Visit to China Advances Strategic, Cultural Dialogue

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Drug Legalization Is the Next Phase of Colombia’s Peace Process

by Valerie Rush

Zimbabwe Elections: Anglo-Americans Still Seek Mugabe’s Ouster

by Dean Andromidas

Special Report

The Real Democrats Hold Ad Hoc Platform Hearings

A panel of 11 Democratic State Legislators, joined by former U.S. Senator Eugene McCarthy, presided over Ad Hoc Democratic Party Platform hearings, in Washington, D.C. The panel did what the current Democratic Party leadership has refused to do: give a voice to those “forgotten Americans” who comprise the lower 80% of income brackets in the United States.

Economic Policy

Providing the Leadership the American People Will Need  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Look at LaRouche’s Policies for Solutions

by Rep. Thomas Jackson

The ‘Free Market’ Is Destroying Agriculture

by George ‘Bill’ Burrows

Homeless: The Human ‘Canaries’ Are Dying

by Terri Bishop

Dump Free Trade, Adopt Fair Trade Policies

by Robert Cebina

Health-Care Policy

AIDS: Whole Nations Are Near Extinction

by Abdul Alim Muhammad, M.D.

Abolish HMOs, Before More Lives Are Lost

by Joe Jones

Drugging Our Children into Submission

by Rep. LeAnna Washington

Constitutional Law and Justice

We Must Defend the Voting Rights Act

by Sen. Theo Mitchell

Let Us Expose the DOJ ‘Permanent Bureaucracy’

by Judge Ira Murphy

Discussion: The Threat to Constitutional Law

Preventing Convictions of Innocent People

by Bryan A. Stevenson

Mobilize to Stop the Death Penalty

by John Gillam-Price


Al Gore, Democratic Party Commit Suicide in Arkansas

by Harley Schlanger

LaRouche delegates representing more than 53,000 Arkansas voters were barred from the state and national conventions. “You may have a legal loophole, but you don’t have justice on your side,” one delegate told the Credentials Committee. “We will keep fighting, because we will not let you put George W. Bush in the White House.”

Supreme Court Limits Patients’ Rights To Sue Wall Street’s HMOs

by Linda Everett

‘Stop the Conviction of Innocent People’

An interview with Lawrence C. Marshall.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood