Volume 28, Number 31, August 17, 2001


On Academician Lvov’s Warning: What Is ‘Primitive Accumulation’?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche addresses a matter raised by Academician Dmitri Lvov, at hearings held by the Russian State Duma on June 29—hearings at which LaRouche also testified. In this extended reply, LaRouche shows how we are reaping today the effects of more than thirty years of not paying the costs of investing in industry, science, R&D, infrastructure, education, and culture, necessary for the human race to survive.


Mexicans Ask LaRouche How To Survive Global Bankruptcy

by Valerie Rush and Rubén Cota

“The world today is not on the edge of depression. We are already in it,” Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. told 350 people at a conference at Mexico City’s World Trade Center on Aug. 2. Speaking from Germany through interactive video technology, the 2004 U.S. Presidential pre-candidate addressed a seminar at the invitation of Mexico’s National Institute of Public Accountants at the Service of the State.

Only a New Financial System Will Save the World’s Bankrupt Nations  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche’s address to Mexico’s National Institute of Public Accountants at the Service of the State.

Seineldín Calls for New Monetary System

Argentina’s jailed Malvinas War hero called for Argentina and Brazil to jointly promote a new international monetary system, as Lyndon LaRouche has proposed.

Maglev Trains Back On Track in Europe?

by Rainer Apel


China Faces Crisis with Growing Confidence  

by Mary Burdman

The collapse of illusions about the U.S. “New Economy” bubble has provoked a clear, sober, and essentially happy development in strategic thinking in China during the past year. A first-hand account by two regular contributors to EIR, who recently visited China.

Nuclear Energy: China Is First With Advanced Reactor

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Mideast War Pushed by ‘Eurasian War Party’

by Dean Andromidas

March to Stop NATO Breakup of Macedonia  

by Umberto Pascali


Why Dems Lost Patients Rights to Bush, HMOs  

by Linda Everett

If the House version of the Patients’ Protection Act of 2001 prevails, the legislation will cause another major ratchet downward in health care for U.S. citizens. In the House bill, President George W. Bush gives his buddies in the insurance, managed care, and health maintenance “industries” new leeway to increase their predatory activities, including protection to loot hospitals, patients, and employers.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



Depression Shocks, Shocking Denials.