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Volume 28, Number 41, October 26, 2001

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Our Republic’s Historic Mission: A Talk with Lyndon LaRouche  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On Oct. 9, Democratic Presidential pre-candidate for 2004 Lyndon LaRouche returned to talk with Jack Stockwell of KTKK-AM radio in Salt Lake City, Utah. The interview is of special interest because, on Sept. 11, just as the terrible attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon were taking place, LaRouche was being interviewed on Stockwell’s radio show. The interview published here, a month later, affords readers an opportunity to become familiar with LaRouche’s reflections on Sept. 11; on the crisis in which the world finds itself today; and on the solutions to the mess the United States and the world are in.


Cannibalism Is Not a Viable Long-Term Economic Strategy  

by John Hoefle

An economy which lives off leverage and debt, as the United States has for the last three decades, dies by leverage and debt when the bloom comes off the rose. That boom has ended, with many “financial experts” conceding that the nation has entered a recession. But the truth is much worse. As Lyndon LaRouche observed in a U.S. radio interview on Oct. 9, “ We are in a depression.”

Germany Takes Eurasian Medicine for U.S. Flu  

by Rainer Apel

Congressional Fight Could Set Stage To Reverse Rail Infrastructure Decay  

by Richard Freeman

Airline Bailout Is for Wall Street, Not General Welfare  

by Anita Gallagher

Business Briefs  

National Economy

LaRouche on ‘The Future of Brazil’s Agriculture’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche prepared this report on “Brazil’s ‘Cerrado’ Syndrome,” for an international conference on “Brazil And The Free Trade Agreement Of The Americas,” scheduled to occur in Brazil at the end of October. Mr. LaRouche had been invited to participate in the conference by leaders of Brazil’s Congress, as a commentator on agriculture.


The World To Be Seen from Sunday  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A U.S. strategic option, in which Israel would apparently break free of its customary Anglo-American leash, to launch a mad-dog war against some neighboring Arab state, or states, is a high danger. “Those in U.S. ‘breakaway ally’ Israel who would launch such a ‘preemptive’ war, would then say to the U.S., in effect: ‘ We have started the war; now you are going to have to fight it!’”

Sharon Must Be Given an Ultimatum: Accept Peace  

by Dean Andromidas

Gen. Ze’evi Lived and Died by the Sword  

by Scott Thompson

Support for LaRouche Grows in the Arab World  

Zepp-LaRouche Urges ‘Dialogue of Cultures’  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Six Million Afghans Threatened by War  

by Mary Burdman

War Makes Fissures in Many Countries  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Venezuela’s Chávez Launches Defense Campaign for International Terrorists  

by Gretchen Small

French Attack London’s ‘City’ Money Laundry  

by Christine Bierre


LaRouche Knows How To Get the U.S. Out of This Mess  

by Paul Gallagher

While the U.S. media have been waging psychological warfare against the American people, 2004 Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche, in interviews in the United States and around the world, has been outlining what must be done to solve the crisis. A review of international coverage of his major statements and interviews since Sept. 11.

‘Wolfowitz Cabal’ Is an Enemy Within U.S.  

by Michele Steinberg

Ashcroft’s ‘Emergency Laws’ Are Rushed Toward Passage  

by Edward Spannaus

Anthrax Scares Intensify the ‘Irregular War’  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood



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