Volume 28, Number 16, April 20, 2001


The Tragedy of U.S. Education: Shrunken Heads in America Today  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“It is a fair rule-of-thumb, that until he thinks of himself as just another victim of the situation which the legacy of Richard Nixon’s ‘Southern Strategy,’ has re-imposed upon those fellow-Americans considered to be of African descent, no citizen of the U.S. is capable of seeing the reality, that his own rights as a human being are impaired by the systemic defects in our nation’s present culture.”


California Energy Crisis, LaRouche Solution Spread

by Harley Schlanger

The devastating impact of energy deregulation is hitting hard, just as LaRouche said it would, and utility companies are filing for bankruptcy.

‘Facing, on the Surface, a Great Disaster’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Opening remarks to 50 new LaRouche activists in California on April 7, 2001.

Millions Are Facing April Energy Cutoffs

by Mary Jane Freeman

Citizens Fight Energy Cutoffs Throughout U.S.

by Brian Lantz

Monterrey Rebels Against Free Trade, Deregulation

by Benjamin Castro


Will China Rise to the Challenges Facing Asia?

by Mary Burdman

Following the resolution of the “Hainan Island incident” with the United States, broader issues remain, in which China’s relationship to the rest of Asia is one of the most important.

Storm Hits Unprepared Southeast Asia

by Michael O. Billington

‘Petersburg Dialogue’ Boosts Russo-German Ties

by Rainer Apel

Scientists to Putin: Russian Infrastructure Needs Investment Now!

by Rachel Douglas

‘LaRouche: A Story of Knowledge and Courage’

by Umberto Pascali

A report from Macedonia.

Middle East War Is on Fast Forward

by Dean Andromidas

Peru Presidential Vote Was Actually Rigged This Time—By Terror

by Gretchen Small

The Workers Party and ‘Viva Rio’ Are Threats to Brazil’s National Security

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco


D.C. Movement Strikes Blows Against ‘Negro Removal’ Plan

by Michele Steinberg

D.C. citizens are beginning to smell victory in the international campaign to save D.C. General Hospital, as ham-handed fascist tactics to “shut the damn place down” fall flat.

Hospital ‘Raider’ Is Rejected in Penna.; D.C. Fight Wins Victory

by Philip Valenti

Michigan Leaders Fight for a National Principle

by Marianna Wertz

Bigger Issues Posed by Hainan Island Affair

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Democrats and All Americans Are Paying for Not Listening to LaRouche

by Nancy Spannaus

An interview with Nancy B. Spannaus.

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action

Rare Airing of Palestinian View in Washington

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Nancy B. Spannaus

Mrs. Spannaus is the Editor-in-Chief of the weekly newspaper of the LaRouche movement New Federalist, and candidate for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate in Virginia, where she would face Republican incumbent John Warner. She is also Executive Director of a multi-candidate political action committee, FDR-PAC.



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