Volume 29, Number 47, December 6, 2002


LaRouche in Italy: Keep Up Pressure To Stop Iraq War

by Claudio Celani

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. visited Italy on Nov. 21-25, where he addressed a conference on security in Europe, a press conference; gave TV and newspaper interviews; and met a delegation from the Lombardy Regional Council. He also visited the Republic of San Marino, meeting with political and economic officials there.

Solving the Dangers of Economic Crisis and War

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s press conference before the Catholic Press Association in Milan.

Halloween Comes to Milan

The U.S.-based Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith (ADL) tried dirty tricks to wreck LaRouche’s visit to Italy, but their antics failed.

Italy: Two Provocations With Global Impact  

by Claudio Celani

Italy’s Classical Heritage, and Its Role in Solving Today’s Systemic Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech to the Casa d’Europa in Milan.

Amelia Robinson Returns to Italy


The IMF’s Coming Brazilian Waterloo  

by Dennis Small

Where Brazil goes, the entire South American continent will soon follow, and the fate of the International Monetary Fund also hangs in the balance. All eyes are on President-elect Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva—but the Wall Street prognosticators are missing the boat.

Guadalajara Forum Gains Force in Brazil Crisis

U.S. Budget Deficits Headed Toward Record Heights  

by Richard Freeman

Bank of Japan Warns of ‘Unprecedented’ Bank Stock Crash

by Kathy Wolfe

Firefighters’ Strike in Britain May Threaten Government’s Survival

by Alan Clayton

TVA, Mekong, and China’s ‘Heroic Civil Engineering’

by Gail Billington and Michael Billington

An interview with Lance Endersbee.

National Economy

The ‘Specie Resumption’ Fight: Henry Carey’s Battle to Save Lincoln’s Economic Revolution

by Robert Ingraham

Following President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, in the years from 1865 to 1879, an onslaught was organized from London to dismantle his American System economic policies. A resistance, and counterattack, to that onslaught was led by Lincoln’s chief economic advisor, Henry C. Carey.


Potential for ‘Strategic Triangle’ Cooperation Grows  

by Mary Burdman

Russian President Putin’s visits to China and India on Dec. 1-5 can help forge the kind of “community of principle” among the three Eurasian giants that Lyndon LaRouche has long advocated.

Will Glazyev Lead Russia Out of Crisis?

by Jonathan Tennenbaum


Lance Endersbee

Professor Endersbee is a retired Australian engineer with vast international experience. In 1964, he worked on water-management engineering on the Mekong River system in Indochina; and he recently visited China.


Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas

Fascist Laws Back on Agenda.


Ariel Sharon’s Hamas.


With ‘Nobody Home’ in D.C., LaRouche Steps In To Lead

by Michele Steinberg

Analyzing at the spineless behavior of the Congress, especially the Democrats, since the Nov. 5 election, LaRouche campaign spokeswoman Debra Freeman called upon a radio webcast audience to mobilize for LaRouche’s Super-TVA and the growing LaRouche Youth Movement.

Crisis Spreads from Health Looter’s Blowout

by Edward Spannaus

A Presidential Thanksgiving Message  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Chicken-Hawks Rev Up Anti-Saudi Campaign

by Arthur Ticknor and Jeffrey Steinberg

Today’s Generation of Youth Has a Unique Opportunity

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche addresses a West Coast youth cadre school on Nov. 16.