Volume 28, Number 13, March 30, 2001


The Science-Driver Principle in Economics: The Gravity of Economic Intentions  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The presently ongoing crash of the world’s present financial system, defines a breaking-point in the century of the preceding, post-McKinley-assassination, cultural and political history of our planet as a whole. The fact, that the present financial system is beyond saving, requires our acceptance of the available new system waiting in the wings. In that new system, economic policy is no longer controlled by the financial system, but is coming under the influence of an axiomatic change.”


LaRouche on Economic Crash, and ‘Insanity in High Places’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In a webcast address on “The Bush Administration: The First 60 Days,” Lyndon LaRouche warned of the factor of “insanity in high places” toward the presently ongoing economic crash and the measures need to solve it. These General Welfare measures must nevertheless be taken, LaRouche insisted—even under the Presidency of George W. Bush.

To Save Russia’s Economy, Destroy the Financial Oligarchy

An interview with Tatyana Koryagina.

Russians See ‘Systemic’ World Financial Crisis

by Rachel Douglas

Hoof-and-Mouth Brings Dark Age to Europe

by Rosa Tennenbaum

Today’s BSE, HMD Mirror Medieval Pestilences

by William F. Wertz

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action

Pennsylvania Dereg: ‘Greed, Broken Promises’

by John Hoefle

Electricity Deregulation Has Been a Disaster

An interview with Carl Wood.


Domingo Cavallo Means Certain Death for Argentina

by Gerardo Terán Canal and Cynthia R. Rush

The new Finance Minister, the international bankers’ boy, is aware that imposition of IMF austerity plans requires dictatorial measures, because such looting is provoking a social explosion.

Who’s Bringing on the Crash of 2001? Japan Criticizes IMF in Washington

by Kathy Wolfe

Bush Government Favors Narco-Peace in Colombia

by Valerie Rush

Looting Indonesia: The Energy Brokers’ ‘Warm-Up’ for California

by Michael Billington

Is Bush Sudan Policy Becoming a Colonial Grab for Oil?

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Macedonia Faces the ‘Taliban of Europe’

by Umberto Pascali

International Intelligence


D.C. Hospital Mobilization Wins Congressional Briefing  

by Paul Gallagher

A unique Congressional briefing on the principle of the General Welfare of the nation, was the latest fruit of the battle to save D.C. General Hospital from imminent shutdown by the financier oligarchy.

Developers, Government Planners Eying Land Around D.C. General

by Edward Spannaus

Bush Repays Campaign Debt to Rainwater

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Bush Gave Sharon Green Light for War

by Michele Steinberg

‘Neo-Cons’ Demanding a New Korean Conflict

by William Jones

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Tatyana Koryagina

Professor Koryagina, an Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and Senior Scientist of the Institute for Macroeconomic Research at the Ministry of Economics and Trade Development of the Russian Federation, is one of the leading Russian experts on the problems of the “shadow economy” and organized crime.

Carl Wood

Carl Wood is a Public Utility Commissioner of California, appointed in 1999 by Gov. Gray Davis (D) to a six-year term.



Bush: Worse Collapse, Worse Provocations.