Volume 29, Number 35, September 13, 2002


Conference Report

LaRouche Launches Youth Movement To Rebuild America  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

At the Labor Day weekend conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees in Reston, Virginia, the LaRouche Youth Movement was born, and is mobilizing behind an “emergency November program” to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure.

The World Will Never Seem the Same  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The keynote speech by Lyndon LaRouche, on the conference theme of “ ‘Hoover II’ Has Happened! The Global Financial Crash of 2002.”

A Dialogue With Lyndon LaRouche

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Questions from conference participants and the Internet audience.

How To Stop a War That Has Already Started

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Ibero-America Turns to LaRouche

by Dennis Small

Organizing To Stop War and Genocide

Conference questions and answers following Small and Steinberg presentations.


Global Forces Mobilize To Stop Iraq War

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The anti-war moves multiplying in the United States, Europe, the Mideast and Ibero-America should be appraised in context of LaRouche-led mobilization begun in late July.

Koreas’ Rail Agreements Mean Global Strategy Breakthrough  

by Kathy Wolfe

The Aug. 29 agreements reached on the Korean Peninsula are not merely a local affair: Disgusted with the Bush Administration, the major Asian powers are moving to stabilize Korea economically and to stop the spread of war into East Asia.

Israel’s Sharon Copies the Nazi War Crimes in the Warsaw Ghetto

by Dean Andromidas

The Israeli Defense Forces are using the methods perfected by the Nazi SS to crush the Jewish resistance, in their war against the Palestinians: from house demolitions to the use of “human shields” to deportation and mass transfer of populations.

Documentation: An open letter from Marek Edelman, one of the leaders of the Warsaw Ghetto insurrection, “to all the leaders of the Palestinian military, paramilitary, and guerrilla organizations.”

LaRouche on Colombian Radio: Cooperate on Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


LaRouche Covered Worldwide as ‘Awful September’ Hits Economy

by Paul Gallagher

The U.S. and world economic crisis worsened as September started; international coverage and discussion of LaRouche alternative picked up.

LaRouche Dem Spannaus Sets Virginia Agenda

Nancy Spannaus, campaigning for Senate against incumbent Republican John Warner, injected real politics, and Lyndon LaRouche’s international strategic perspective, into the Labor Day festivities in Virginia.

LaRouche Addresses Chinese-Americans in D.C.

by William Jones

The Democratic Presidential pre-candidate spoke to the annual meeting of the National Association for Chinese Unification.

Arizona’s Mob Gambled on Sen. John McCain

by Anton Chaitkin

McCain rose to power thanks to the largesse of the organized-crime apparatus that assassinated investigative reporter Don Bolles in 1976. Bolles had been investigating the Emprise race-track company, whose gambling empire was at the center of the gangster takeover of Arizona politics.

Nevada’s Neal Won Primary With Anti-Gaming Campaign


The Collapse Could Stop the War


In our issue of Sept. 6, the bar graphs of “Total Employment in the U.S. Aerospace Industry Dropped 83,000 in One Year” (p. 44), were mislabelled. Reading from the bottom up, the graphs show employment in: aircraft, aircraft engines, other aircraft parts, and non-aircraft.