Volume 29, Number 17, May 3, 2002


Then and Now: Why Roosevelt’s Explosive 1933-45 Recovery Worked

by Richard Freeman

Part 2 of a study commissioned by Lyndon LaRouche for his recently issued Presidential campaign Special Report, “Economics: The End of a Delusion.” Part 1 of this study of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s economic policies (last week’s issue) showed his firm grounding in the American System of political-economy as defined by Alexander Hamilton and by the Constitutional commitment to the General Welfare. Here, is put to rest the oligarchy’s charges that FDR’s steps to bring the United States out of the Great Depression was make-work; in fact, tremendous building up of the United States took place.


IMF and Insane U.S. Utopians Drive Argentina Into the Abyss  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Argentina’s disintegration is the lawful, predictable result of the utter failure of U.S. policy.

Putin Wants ‘Arc of Stability,’ Not Crisis

by Rachel Douglas

LaRouche in Russian Military Paper

by Jonathan Tennenbaum and Rachel Douglas

‘Recovery’ Looks Like Crash to Airlines, Too

by Anita Gallagher

Unions Send Message to Besieged New Delhi

by Ramtanu Maitra

Germany: Candidates Are Without an Economic Policy

by Elke Fimmen and Rainer Apel


Dialogue on the Fundamentals of Sound Education Policy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Why Gauss’ fundamental theorem should be required for high school graduation.

Bringing the Invisible to the Surface  

by Bruce Director

Part 2 of an exercise on the fundamental theorem of algebra.


Sharon May Kill Arafat, To Cling to Power

by Dean Andromidas

It is precisely such an assassination, which a State Department official truthfully said would “likely to lead to a catastrophe of unimaginable dimensions,” that will further the “Clash of Civilizations” policies being promoted by Utopians in Washington.

Milan Suicide Crash More Pressure on Italy?

by Claudio Celani

Australia’s Emergency Laws Mimic Hitler’s  

by Allen Douglas

Mindanao Bombs Grease U.S. Slope to Asia War

by Michael Billington

Cuban Intelligence Behind Brazilian Press Slander of LaRouche

China Endorses Iran’s ‘Dialogue of Civilizations’

by Mary Burdman

Anglo-Americans Consolidate Power in South/Central Africa

by Uwe Friesecke

France Continues Global Pattern: Falling Tsars  

French Presidential Elections Show, the Elites Are Running Scared

An interview with Jacques Cheminade.


International Media Cover LaRouche, on Eve of Webcast

by Paul Gallagher

LaRouche on ‘Reynolds’ Rap’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An excerpt from LaRouche’s interview with Washington’s WOL radio host Barbara Reynolds—one of several recent interviews with U.S. radio stations.

Thousands Mobilize for Palestinians in U.S.

by Michele Steinberg

AIPAC Targets Arafat For Elimination

by William Jones

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the Washington gathering, as part of his U.S. tour to mobilize for a “final solution” to the Palestinian “problem.”

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Jacques Cheminade

The former French Presidential candidate, known throughout France as a friend of U.S. Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, spoke to EIR after being denied ballot status in the first round of the elections.



Something Done About Enron!—in Mexico.