Volume 27, Number 47, December 1, 2000


The Most Corrupt Election in American History

by Edward Spannaus

Constitutional Choice of a New President by Electoral College

by Edward Spannaus

How Gore Destroyed the Democratic Party To Get the Nomination

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Primaries Were Rigged Against LaRouche

by Bruce Director

Disenfranchisement Charged in Florida

by Michele Steinberg

Corruption Wins in Eighteen States

by Anita Gallagher

Where Did Campaigns Get That $3 Billion?

by Scott Thompson

World Reacts to U.S. Election Debacle

Americans Speak Out


APEC: The Battle Lines Are Drawn Against Globalization

by Michael O. Billington

The Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum in Brunei handed a setback to the free-trade advocates.

Documentation: From a speech by Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.

Wall St., Treasury Crew Laugh To See Asian Governments Weaken

by Kathy Wolfe

Riyadh Meeting Blasts ‘Paper Oil’ Speculation

by Hussein al-Nadeem

The Twilight of the Dot.Bombs

by Richard Freeman

Schiller Institute Briefs Croatians on Prospects for Balkan Cooperation

‘Mad Cow’ Disease Again Scares Europe

by Andrew Spannaus

German Maglev Will Finally Run—in China

by Rainer Apel

Business Briefs

National Economy

Revive the Industrialization of Argentina’s Patagonia!

by Gonzalo Huertas and Cynthia R. Rush

The plans developed early in the 20th Century for building an industrial city called Nahuel Huapí—never implemented—point the way to what should be done today.

IMF Bailout Means Disaster for Argentina

by Cynthia R. Rush


U.S. State Dept. Overthrows Peru’s Anti-Drug Government

by Gretchen Small and Luis Vásquez Medina

The resignation of President Alberto Fujimori marks the end of a year-long campaign to overthrow the leading anti-drug government in the Americas, and to return narco-terrorism to Peru, big-time.

‘Shining Path’ Inside Peruvian Army: Colonel Humala’s Strange Revolt

by Luis Vásquez Medina

French Magistrate Caught in Princess Diana Murder Cover-Up

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Coming to Terms with America’s Vietnam War

by Gail G. Billington


Is There a Political Solution for the World At This Advanced Stage of Global Crisis?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A report from Lyndon LaRouche’s Nov. 14 webcast, including a selection from the discussion period.

Shutdown of D.C. General Looms In U.S. Public Health Collapse

by Marianna Wertz

No Flu Shots Yet: U.S. Unready for Epidemic

by Linda Everett

National News


Victor G. Freeman

Dr. Freeman, a practicing physician and Washington, D.C. resident, is a member of the board of the Public Benefit Corp.

Loretta Owens

The president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 1033, representing more than 800 of D.C. General Hospital’s 2,000 employees, discusses the issues behind the strike.



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