Volume 28, Number 45, November 23, 2001


LaRouche Addresses Guatemalan Economists on the Global Crisis  

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. spoke to the Guatemalan Society of Professionals of Economic Sciences on Nov. 13. Notables in the audience included people from the Guatemalan government, diplomats from three embassies, economic professionals from three universities, other professionals, representatives of Guatemala’s Indian community, and members of the Society.

A Global Partnership for Economic Progress  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech, and a lengthy dialogue with the audience. “My job,” he told the economists, “is to encourage you to think independently, about the facts that I’m presenting to you, and the alternatives that I’m discussing. Hoping that you will be able to find your way to advising your governments, and, through private discussions with channels you have, to influence the environment, to create a new set of ideas about how we deal with a new world situation.”


Deregulation Stalls, and Enron Falls

by John Hoefle

Just a couple of years ago, electricity deregulation seemed to many to be an unstoppable force, and Enron Corp. appeared to be on a trajectory that would make it one of the most powerful companies in the world. However, reality, as Lyndon LaRouche said it would, intervened.

Indonesia Has Paid Its Debts!  

by Michael Billington

Will Bush Wreck Manned Space Flight?

by Marsha Freeman

‘New Economy’ Collapse: The Singapore Story

by Martin Chew Wooi Keat

Peru’s Toledo: No to Infrastructure Demands

by Luis Vásquez Medina

‘Great Projects’ Shape New S. American Agenda

by Gretchen Small

The Al-Can Rail Corridor: Infrastructure for Development  

by Marcia Merry Baker


Brzezinski-ites Fear Prospect of Actual U.S.-Russia Alliance

by William Jones

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in the United States on Nov. 12 for talks with U.S. President George Bush with a broad-ranging perspective of U.S.-Russian-European collaboration, which could fundamentally transform the entire fabric of U.S.-Russian relations.

Germany: Coalition Survives To Fall Another Day

by Uwe Friesecke

French Circles Confirm Thesis: Coup Attempt Unfolding in U.S.

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A French Warning

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

LaRouche Featured in the Arab World

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Palestinians’ Shaath Makes Plea for Peace

by Carl Osgood

Seton Hall Conference: Dialogue of Civilizations Comes to America

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Macedonia Connects U.S. Ambassador to KLA Terrorists  

by Umberto Pascali


Congresswoman Waters Sends Public Apology to LaRouche  

by Dennis Speed

At a Congressional briefing on “Public Hospitals In Crisis: Is The Social Safety Net Unraveling?” U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters said that LaRouche was right about the need for D.C. General Hospital. “We should all apologize. And I do now. I apologize because, you’re right. It is a national issue. And we could have understood this.”

Why Postal Workers Died: No Public Health Defense

by Lynne Speed and Edward Spannaus

Temple Mount Fanatics Plot ‘Clash of Civilizations’

by Scott Thompson

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Kepler’s ‘Optics’: Passion For Scientific Discovery

by Susan Welsh

Optics: Paralipomena to Witelo & Optical Part of Astronomy, by Johannes Kepler.

‘Nathan The Wise’: Timely Attack on the ‘Clash Of Civilizations’

by Anita Gallagher

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing’s 1779 play, Nathan the Wise, is, if anything, a more powerful attack today on the “clash of civilizations” pathway into which the different religions can be manipulated, than at the time it was written.



by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mankind Survives, by the Sublime.