Volume 28, Number 17, April 27, 2001


‘Planned Shrinkage’: Washington, D.C. Gets the New York Treatment

by Edward Spannaus

What is being done to the nation’s capital today—the destruction of city services, the forced, brutal reduction of the city’s impoverished minority population—was all done first to New York City by the same players, the same institutional networks, and the same methods.

The Imperial Katharine Graham in Washington

by Anton Chaitkin

Gingrich-Gore Fascist Hand behind ‘The Plan’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Carl Osgood

The ‘Bleaching of Chocolate City’

by Edward Spannaus

KKK-Katie Graham’s Own Secret Society Rules in Nation’s Capital

by Arthur Ticknor


The ‘Trilateral Depression’ Increases Its Toll

by Lothar Komp

Following the April 18 desperation interest-rate cuts by the Federal Reserve, and that day’s pattern of severe losses and bankruptcies at major U.S. corporations, Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. called for emergency counter-actions by the European countries, Japan, and the U.S. itself.

Energy Deregulation Also Threatens Crisis in U.S. Transmission Grid

by Marsha Freeman

‘California Effect’ Set for U.S. Northeast

by John Hoefle

Spring Energy Cutoffs, Protests Mounting

by Mary Jane Freeman

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action


Nazi Jurist Carl Schmitt Revived as Legal Model for Venezuela’s Chávez

by David Ramonet

How would you react if a state were to emerge in the Americas which, in all its essential aspects, were a copy of what Adolf Hitler imposed in Germany? Such is Venezuela today.

Teddy Goldsmith Deploys Terrorists in Phony ‘Anti-Globalization’ Drive  

by Scott Thompson

Sharon Attacks Syrian Positions, as War Nears

by Dean Andromidas

Indian Planners Look At U.S. Economic Meltdown

by Ramtanu Maitra

India and Iran Are Strengthening Their ‘Civilizational’ Ties

by Ramtanu Maitra

Saudi Arabia, Iran Sign Security Accord

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

‘St. Augustine Links Islam and the West’

by Mark Burdman

New Bretton Woods Debate in San Marino

by Claudio Celani

Brazil Stands at a Crossroads

by Silvia Palacios

Bosnia Pushed into an Ethnic War, Again

by Umberto Pascali

The Cracks Get Wider in Windsors’ Britain

by Alan Clayton

EIR’s Peru Office Burglarized: Investigate Goldsmith Networks


Political Theocracy Defined  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The subject on which our attention is focussed in this report, is among the most important, and also the most politically sensitive.... As it touches upon the matters of the privacy of personal religious professions, it is a hot issue; but, like the evils of ... the pagan religion of Hitler’s Nazis, it is a matter of law and statecraft which, by its practice, loses its cloak of privileged immunity from obligatory public close scrutiny.”

Coalition To Save D.C. Hospital Announces Strategy for Victory  

by Michele Steinberg and Dennis Speed

History is being made, at weekly town meetings at Union Temple Baptist Church, as the movement for the General Welfare becomes international in scope.

‘Time to Get Serious’

A dialogue between Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammed of the Nation of Islam and Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche Calls for Emergency Actions After Reckless Rate Cut  

D.C. Mayor Williams’s Lies to Residents About Hospital Closing, Refuted

by Lynne Speed

Cincinnati Disturbances Threaten ‘Garden Plot’

by Jeffrey Steinberg


Anwar Ibrahim Defends His Colonial Masters

by Michael O. Billington

The Asian Renaissance, by Anwar Ibrahim.

The American Intellectual Tradition, Imprisoned

by Martin Chew

Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: The Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement, by Michael O. Billington.



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