Volume 28, Number 43, November 9, 2001


National Defense Against Germ Warfare  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The immediate, urgent problem is that of developing and deploying a well-coordinated homeland defense on the biological warfare front. From the experience our nation, and others, have accumulated over the centuries, we must not limit the idea of defense against germ warfare and related attacks, to the role of medical practice. We must situate the role of the medical profession, both in care for the sick and in other ways, as an essential, subsumed feature of public sanitation.

Mayors, Counties Demand Local Health and Infrastructure Buildup

by Carl Osgood

Senator Reid To Mayors: Build Infrastructure, Now

Wartime Measures: Reopen Closed Hospitals, Our National Assets

by Marcia Merry Baker


Argentina: Default by Any Name ... Will Be Biggest Ever  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The government’s long and terrible savaging of its own economy, rather than declare sovereign bankruptcy, has failed to avoid default; this trumpets to the world that Lyndon LaRouche’s bankruptcy-reorganization policy must be adopted in place of IMF and similar “bailout” disasters.

Brazilian Manifesto: Freedom For Seineldín

Influence of LaRouche’s Ideas Continues To Expand in Russia  

by Rachel Douglas

New Journal Asks: What Is Christian Economy?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche published in the new economics publication Russky Predprinimatel (Russian Entrepreneur).

Deflationary Death Spiral Engulfs Enron

by John Hoefle

2001 Odyssey Spacecraft Begins Infrastructure Buildup at Mars

by Marsha Freeman


LaRouche in Rome: Toward a Dialogue of Civilizations  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche addresses the Italian Institute for Asia. The idea of the Eurasian Land-Bridge is a very specific way of creating an economic policy, which supports the idea of a New Bretton Woods, he says. It’s very obviously needed. We can not survive economically under present conditions. But, what principles, what ideas are we going to have, which are positive ideas of cooperation, not just trade? We must have a dialogue of cultures, but a dialogue not within a Pantheon, but on the subject of the nature of man. A minimal objective should be to establish a community of sovereign nation-states, a community of principle. The principle is, the common good, the general welfare.

Pope John Paul II Praises Matteo Ricci in Quest for Dialogue with China  

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

Documentation: The Pope’s message to an Oct. 24-25 conference in Rome on “Matteo Ricci: For A Dialogue Between China And The West.”

Matteo Ricci, the Grand Design, and the Disaster of the ‘Rites Controversy’  

by Michael Billington


Breakaway Ally: How Reagan’s 1982 Peace Was Drowned in Blood

by Michele Steinberg

When Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s spokesmen attacked President George W. Bush for speaking of a Palestinian state, they were implicitly warning that the radical forces in Israel’s military will massacre civilians by the hundreds, if that’s what it takes to stop a U.S. peace initiative.

Britain’s Blair Launches ‘New Empire’ Offensive

by Mark Burdman

Israeli Activist Lobbies U.S. Congress for Peace

by Suzanne Rose

Bin Laden Puppetmasters Smoked Out in Balkans

by Umberto Pascali

New Revelations Are Warning Bush: Go Back!

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Germans Growing Uneasy About Bush

by Rainer Apel

‘Anti-Terror Coalition’ Needs a New and Different Strategy

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

India Launches Strategic Satellites

by Ramtanu Maitra


To Win War on Terror, Shut Down Dope, Inc.

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Anti-Money-Laundering Bill Passes Congress

by Suzanne Rose

Is The U.S. Realizing Its Mistake on Colombia’s Narco-Terrorist FARC?

by Valerie Rush

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



Between Good and Bad Angels.