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Volume 27, Number 43, November 3, 2000

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Revive Ben-Gurion’s Legacy to Defeat Saboteurs of Peace  

by Harley Schlanger

“Unless you start with an economic development package, based on infrastructural development of the Middle East,” wrote Lyndon LaRouche after the signing of the Oslo Accords, “any attempt at a political solution of the conflict between Arabs and Israelis, particularly between Palestinians and Israelis, will fail.” This perspective is fully coherent with the legacy of Ben-Gurion; its sabotage is directly responsible for the breakdown of the peace process.

David Ben-Gurion, Moses Mendelssohn, and the Peace Process: A Lesson in Statecraft  

by Steven P. Meyer

Ending 30 Years of War: The Peace of Westphalia  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Temple Mount Fanatics Foment a New Thirty Years’ War  

The British Managed Riots in Palestine  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

CFR Forecast Temple Mount Bloodbath  

by Scott Thompson

The Cabbala: Gnosticism, Freemasonry, and Religious War  

The Case of Randall Price: Insane Fundamentalists in U.S. Seek World War  

by Anton Chaitkin


UN FAO Reports Severe Global Per-Capita Food Deficits  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The latest statistics are a rebuttal to those still speaking of the mythical U.S. model of “economic boom,” or free-trade “prosperity,” or prospective benefits of globalization.

New Junk-Bond Crisis Radiates Globally  

by William Engdahl

Smithers: Asset Bubble Is Worse than 1929  

by Mark Burdman

Palestinian Economic Decline Fuels Unrest  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Physicist Offers Russia Lessons in Economics  

by Rachel Douglas

A report on Russian Academician Zhores (Jaures) Alfyorov, who received the Nobel Prize for Physics.

Natural Gas Crisis Strikes Down Mexican Industry  

by Paul Gallagher


by John Hoefle

Decriminalizing the Derivatives Market.

Business Briefs  


The Middle East Plunges Back into War and Chaos  

by Dean Andromidas

The situation is far worse than a rejection of the peace process and simply turning back the clock to the Middle East of the 1980s. An entirely new terrain has been created.

Arab Summit Displays Unity for Palestinians  

by Hussein Al-Nadeem

Geopoliticians Raise Kosovo Question To Block Balkans Peace  

by Alexander Hartmann

German Politics Is Ignoring Reality  

by Rainer Apel

State Dept. Intends To Fund Colombian Narco-Terrorists  

by Valerie Rush

Wall Street Demands Prosecution of Military Who Saved Peru  

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence  


CFR Sets Agenda for ‘National Emergency’ Rule  

by Scott Thompson

The oligarchy is preparing to ensure that it rules the country, regardless of which bozo wins the Presidency.

LaRouche Candidates Reviving FDR Coalition Through Their Campaigns  

by Molly Kronberg

Maryland Town Meetings Take Up Urgent Issues  

by Debra Hanania Freeman

In Crisis, Independent Truckers Are Turning to LaRouche for Solutions  

by Marianna Wertz

LaRouche: Financier Takeover Would Be Tantamount to Treason  

Camden, New Jersey is fighting to preserve democratic rule.

Spooky U.S. Background of ‘Top Bin Laden Aide’  

by Edward Spannaus

National News  

Congressional Closeup  


Cal Smith  

An organizer with Lyndon LaRouche’s political movement discusses how truckers are changing the way they think, in their fight for survival.

Robert Bates  

Robert Bates, in South Carolina, is the national founder of the United Container Movers Association.

Jim Stewart  

Jim Stewart, head of the Savannah Port Truckers Association in Savannah, Georgia and a board member of the Maritime Workers Advancement Association, led a protest of independent truckers who shut down the port.


The Renaissance Created Civilization, and That Culture Alone Will Save It  

by Nancy Spannaus

Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress, edited by Lawrence E. Harrison and Samuel P. Huntington, and The Twilight of American Culture, by Morris Berman.

Norman Rockwell: Illustrating Twentieth-Century America  

by Bonnie James



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