Volume 30, Number 19, May 16, 2003


A World of Sovereign Nation-States  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche presents his foreign policy for the United States. “It is unfortunate, for all of us,” he writes, “that I am not yet the incumbent President of the U.S.A. However, in my role as the Democratic candidate currently leading in popular financial support, I represent a significant force for those ideas around which concerned leading forces around the world could, and should now rally, to present to the people and leading institutions of the U.S.A. and other nations, an image of the changed, better future role of the United States which would be consistent with the true interest of the world’s respectively sovereign nations.”

John Paul II Before the UNO: The Roles of Church and State  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A complement to LaRouche’s foreign policy document.


SARS Rings the Alarm Bell: Restore Public Health System

by Linda Everett

The war against infectious disease epidemics cannot be won as long as the economic austerity policies fuelling many nations’ overall fiscal disintegration are allowed to continue, thereby cannibalizing critical infrastructure. In Congressional hearings and government reports, the truth is emerging: The U.S. public health system is “in tatters.”

Science of SARS

by Colin Lowry

Stopping Disease: The Yellow Fever Case

by Marcia Merry Baker

U.S. Economy: Depression Collapses Purchasing Power by 50%

by Richard Freeman

EIR’s documentation of a 50% fall in purchasing power of an average American’s paycheck since 1963 may surprise incompetent economists. But it is a reality that most of the lower 80% of U.S. households, by income class, know all too well.

Science & Technology

Problems of U.S. Policy on Radiation Protection  

by Zbigniew Jaworowski and Michael Waligórski

Two eminent experts discuss the deliberate misrepresentations, omissions, and bias in a report by the U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection, at the expense of the general welfare.

Japan: What Shut Down 17 Nuclear Plants?

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht



by John Hoefle

Wall Street “Reform.”


What Is the Dollar’s Value?


Eurasian Nations Working Hard To Create a Multipolar World

by Mary Burdman

The nations that opposed Washington’s and London’s war against Iraq—especially China, India, France, and Russia—have not abandoned efforts to move the international situation toward real multipolar cooperation. Diplomats are preparing for several big international summits to be held between May 29 and June 3.

Middle East: Saboteurs Mobilize To Wreck ‘Road Map’

by Dean Andromidas and Scott Thompson

Elon’s ‘Transfer’ Policy

by Dean Andromidas

No Room for Detours on Mideast ‘Road Map’

by William Jones

It’s time to draw the lessons of the breakdown of the Oslo Accords; there may not be another chance for Mideast peace.

LaRouche’s 25-Year ‘Oasis Plan’ Campaign

by Marcia Merry Baker

The indispensable feature in a Mideast peace settlement is economic—especially water resource—development.

Germany’s Unions, SPD Need To Fight for a Lautenbach Plan, Not Budget Cuts

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

An open letter.

Pentagon Vandals and the Collectors’ Council

by Anton Chaitkin

Pope in Spain, Calls for a New Europe of Peace and Justice

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

Opposition Challenges Nigerian Elections

by Uwe Friesecke


LaRouche Exposé of Strauss’s ‘Children of Satan’ Draws Blood  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The sudden outburst of enthusiasm for Lyndon LaRouche’s epistemological war against the ideological offspring of the late Prof. Leo Strauss, from some powerful elements in the American political institutions, is a significant indication that more and more people are awakening to the extraordinary danger that the Straussian “perpetual war party” poses to the very survival of the United States as a constitutional republic.

Earth to DNC: LaRouche Is Number 1 in Support

by Anita Gallagher

Rumsfeld’s Reorganization: Will Congress Defend the Constitution?  

by Carl Osgood

Documentation: Testimony on Rumsfeld’s “Emergency Legislation.”

Rumsfeld’s ‘Notverordnung’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

U.S. Military: Rumsfeld & Co. Force Behind-the-Scenes Revolt

by Edward Spannaus

‘Doomsday’ Budget for New York City

by Mary Jane Freeman

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood