Volume 29, Number 2, January 18, 2002


Continue the American Revolution!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A Jan. 24 webcast “will be devoted to an open intellectual and moral challenge to the governments, leading political parties, and prospective heads of state and government of the world’s leading nations, especially my own. The focus of that challenge will be the crisis which now confronts each and all nations and their incumbent and prospective heads of state and government.”


Sharp American Import Drop Accelerates Global Breakdown Richard Freeman  

The U.S. implosion as the world’s “importer of last resort,” is the trigger for the largest financial“ economic breakdown in 500 years.

SE Asia: Deportation Is the End of Globalization

by Martin Chew Wooi Keat

Japan: Wall Street Plays with Fire in Bank Blowout

by Kathy Wolfe

‘Washington Consensus’ Should Watch Its Step

An interview with Akira Nambara.

Italy’s Foreign Minister Is First Euro Victim  

by Claudio Celani

Berlin Is Entering an ‘Argentine’ Future  

by Rainer Apel

Business Briefs


Sharon Sinks Zinni, Will Economy Sink Him?

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has managed, once again, to pull off “Palestinian terrorist incident” publicity stunt to sabotage ongoing efforts to get peace negotiations under way. But, beneath his feet, the economy is sinking so fast, that most Israelis have more fear of an economic crash, than of suicide bombers.

The Israeli Roots of Hamas Are Being Exposed  

by Dean Andromidas

Blair’s ‘New Empire’ Falls Off the Tracks

by Mark Burdman

LaRouche’s Ideas Are Setting the Agenda in Argentina

by Gretchen Small

The Debt Explosion

by Monsignor Héctor Aguer

An open letter by Bishop Héctor Aguer of La Plata, Argentina.

Taiwan Drawn into Global Strategic, Dollar Crisis

by Leni Rubinstein

Taiwan’s Economy Will Further Deteriorate

An interview with Dr. Fung Hu-Hsiang.


Why France Did Not Have an American Revolution

by Pierre Beaudry

The true French Revolution accomplished by French patriot and scientist Jean Sylvain Bailly and the Marquis de Lafayette around the Tennis Court Oath of June 20, 1789—which demonstrated the sovereignty of the National Assembly—specifically imitated the American Framers of the U.S. Constitution at their convention in Philadelphia two years earlier. The storming of the Bastille on July 14 was the act of an anti-“American,” counter-revolutionary coup. Pierre Beaudry tells how the Duke of Orléans and the British created a famine to starve Paris and fuel the insurrection.


LaRouche Webcast: Take Charge in U.S. Economic Blowout

by Paul Gallagher

As the announcement goes out that Lyndon LaRouche will make his first webcast address in six months, the winds of an economic hurricane are fast rising in Washington, D.C.

AI: Computers To ‘Teach’ Writing in Two States

by Donald Phau

Intelligence that is truly artificial—forcing children’s minds into the mold of a computer program, and calling it “education.”

Death Row Exonerations Continue To Rise

by Marianna Wertz


Akira Nambara

by Kathy Wolfe

The former Bank of Japan and Japan Export-Import Bank official warns that Japan is in the midst of the “most serious and dangerous” industrial deflation in its history.

Dr. Fung Hu-Hsiang

by Leni Rubinstein

A member of Taiwan’s legislation and leader of the pro-unification New Party, Dr. Fung speaks about Taiwan and its relation to mainland China, after the island’s Dec. 1, 2001 elections.

Book Reviews

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Still Preaching In 2002  

by Anita Gallagher

King Came Preaching: The Pulpit Power of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by Dr. Mervyn A. Warren.



AEI Misses the Point About Japan.


In last week’s issue, two paragraphs and two words were omitted from Mr. LaRouche’s article, “Zbigniew Brzezinski And September 11th,” due to an editorial error (p. 47, just above the subhead). Our apologies to the author. The full text can be found at http://www.larouchepub.com/lar/2002/2901zbig_sept11.html.