Volume 28, Number 10, March 9, 2001


A Branch in the Road of History  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.’s keynote address on Feb. 17, to the annual Presidents’ Day weekend conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees, in Reston, Virginia. The theme of the conference was, “Is the United States Under Bush Doomed?”

“How can we win? We can win on the home front, and otherwise, by returning to economic policies that once worked for us. Two: We can deal with the world at large, by making partnerships, especially with people in Eurasia, who are our most likely large-scale partners, which will then enable us, at the same time, to bring justice to Central and South America, and Africa.

“We need a movement, a moral movement in this country, which looks at itself, at the nation, at the world, in those ways. We need a movement in this country, which becomes a voice heard around the world, saying, ‘In the United States, there are people who think like this.’ You get that voice going out, from the United States, into China, into Korea, into Japan, into Southeast Asia, into India, Central Asia, Europe, Africa, South and Central America. Then you will get a response, a lifting up of eyes and hopes among people who are desperately oppressed now, who will say, ‘We have a friend, inside the United States. Let’s hope he takes over.’”


Hoof-and-Mouth Plague Grows: Again, Globalization Kills!

by Rosa Tennenbaum

Insane free-market policies have led to new outbreaks of animal diseases, threatening human health and food supplies.

U.S. Industrial Breakdown Enters New Phase

by Richard Freeman

Support Boxer/Feinstein Bills as First Step Toward Re-Regulation

by Marcia Merry Baker

Pirates’ Energy Ripoffs Fund the Bush League

by John Hoefle

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action

California Hospitals Are in Crisis, Too

by Mary Jane Freeman

Here Cows Burning, There Children Starving

by Rosa Tennenbaum


Turkish Crisis Could Trigger Global Financial Chaos

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Turkey’s currency and financial markets imploded on Feb. 19. Despite the U.S. Treasury Secretary O’Neill’s about-face to support an IMF bailout, the Turkish crisis rapidly spread to other parts of the globe, including Russia, Argentina, Pakistan, Korea, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

Sunshine Is Not Free: Korea, Asia Need ‘Iron Silk Road’ Now

by Kathy Wolfe

Shock Waves on Foreign Debt, Energy Rock Moscow

by Rachel Douglas

The IMF Goes In For the Kill in Destabilized Indonesia, Philippines

by Michael Billington

IMF Pushes Pakistan Toward Chaos

by Ramtanu Maitra

Argentina Dies With Its IMF ‘Armor’ On

by Cynthia R. Rush


General Welfare, or Genocide? Battle for D.C. Gen. Hospital

by Dennis Speed

The imminent shutdown of D.C. General Hospital shows that the United States is at a crossroads: Either it will go the way of Germany 1933, under the Nazis, or it will re-adopt the commitment to the General Welfare clause of the Constitution. Today, the battle to put new life into that clause is being led by Democrat Lyndon LaRouche.

Mideast Reality, Cold Reception for Powell

by Hussein Al-Nadeem

The Return of the Bush War Cabinet

by Scott Thompson and Arthur Ticknor

Supreme Court Goes Back to the 1930s

by Edward Spannaus

‘New Democrats’ Attack FDR as Depression Grows

by Michele Steinberg

Political Economy

Globalization in Africa: A New Form of Slavery

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Africa can develop its immense resources, to become a continent of modern, industrial nation-states. That was the subject of a seminar held in Khartoum, Sudan, on Jan. 14-17, 2001. The third and final part of EIR’s series on this unique event.

World Bank/IMF Policy Lays Waste to Africa

by Sam Aluko

Globalization Left A Suffering Africa

by Uwe Friesecke

Nigeria’s Struggle To Survive Globalization

by Ode Ojuwo


Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas

An Electoral Uproar.


UN Should End Sanctions and Projections.