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Volume 28, Number 1, January 1, 2001

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Southern Strategy: Assault on the American Republic  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

It was widely recognized by the American electorate, that Al Gore and “Dubya” Bush were cast from the same policy mold, and would pursue almost the identical, disastrous policies once in office. But the truth goes deeper: Their candidacies represented the “Southern Strategy” which was revived in the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and in reaction against the civil rights victories of 1964-65.

Death of a Nation: How the Southern Strategy Enslaved America  

by Michele Steinberg

Southern Strategy, Inc.: Where Wall Street Met Tobacco Road  

by John Hoefle

Southern Strategy, Inc. and Cheap Labor  

by Marianna Wertz

William Rehnquist’s Southern Strategy  

by Edward Spannaus

Kissinger and ‘Zbig’: Two Students of One Southern-Fried Fascist  

by Scott Thompson

Elliott and the Nashville Agrarians: The Warlocks of the Southern Strategy  

by Stanley Ezrol

Democratic Leadership Council: Triangulation Versus The ‘General Welfare’  

by Scott Thompson

Confederate Constitution Says: Live Like a Beast  


China Will Continue National Construction  

The “driving force behind China’s robust growth” has been government-sponsored infrastructure construction, and China will continue to base its economic development on this policy, according to its Finance Minister.

German Economist Indicts U.S. ‘Boom’  

Europe Trips Itself at ASEAN-EU Summit  

Sign of Economics Shift in Russia  

Hyperinflation Hits!  

A Not So Merry Christmas: Great Britain at Year’s End  


Is Peace in Kashmir Possible, To Allow Economic Progress?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

A unilateral cease-fire announced by India is helping create the environment for the resolution of the complex Kashmir dispute.

German-Russian Talks Stir Up Monetarists  

by Rainer Apel

Taras Muranivsky Is Remembered in Moscow  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

LaRouche Defines U.S.-Mexico Relations in Time of Global Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche conducted by Guadalajara Radio, in Mexico.


Scalia and the Intent of Law  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“It were inevitable, that if the doctrine expressed by Scalia, were to continue to prevail at the highest levels of the U.S. government, under the conditions of crisis now confronting the U.S.A., and also the world at large, the result must either be a form of dictatorship in the U.S.A. as bad, and probably worse than that in Germany under the Hitler dictatorship; or, should such a dictatorship fail, as is likely, the worst dark age in the recent memory of our planet.”

Gore Was Not Fighting for Black Voters in Florida  

An interview with Cedric Muhammad.

Farm Leaders Support LaRouche’s Call for New Bretton Woods System  

by Marianna Wertz

‘Why I Introduced the New Bretton Woods Resolution’  

An interview with Joseph Mitchell.

NORM Backs LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods  

An interview with Fred Huenefeld, Jr.


Cedric Muhammad  

The publisher of BlackElectorate.com has written extensively about the disenfranchisement of Black voters in Florida.

Joseph Mitchell  

Alabama State Rep. Joseph Mitchell (D-103rd District/Mobile) introduced a resolution calling for a New Bretton Woods financial system, into the Agriculture and International Trade Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Fred Huenefeld, Jr.  

Mr. Huenefeld, a board member of the National Organization of Raw Materials, a board member of the Schiller Institute, and Louisiana State Democratic Central Committee member, introduced the resolution in support of a New Bretton Woods policy, which was passed by the NORM organization in December.

Book Reviews

Untying the Palestinian ‘Right of Return’ Knot  

by Harley Schlanger

Sacred Landscape: The Buried History of the Holy Land Since 1948, by Meron Benvenisti.



The Fall of Ozymandias.

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