by Marcia Merry Baker and Richard Freeman
This excerpt from Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign pamphlet Return to Sanity: Make California a Pilot Project for the Nation, details the short-term, long-term, and nuclear energy prospects for turning California into a model of real growth, in real physical production, producing real, high-quality living standards—in short, a real alternative, not a phony scapegoating. LaRouche activists are blanketing California in the last week of the mobilization to Stop the Recall.
by Carl Osgood
Congressional Democrats are “going along to get along,” even if not one Democrat believes this money will last through the next fiscal year.
by Lothar Komp
The World Trade Organization summit broke off after five days, when the leading nations of the “South”—Brazil, India, and China—wrecked what the IMF and World Bank call the “Washington Consensus,” according to which all happiness depends solely on nations’ willingness to liberalize trade and privatize economic activity. Now there is a choice for governments to make.
by Mary Burdman
The Chinese remain determined not to give in and float their currency the way Japan agreed to do in 1985, in order to wipe out the U.S. trade deficit. Then, the revaluation of the yen wiped out the gains Japan’s economy had made in its recovery after World War II.
by Rainer Apel
by Taras Telyha
An analysis 12 years after independence.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche prepared this paper as a contribution to the proceedings of a conference in Moscow on “China in the 21st Century: Chances and Challenges of Globalization,” on Sept. 23-25. Mr. LaRouche spoke at the opening sessions of the conference on a “Visit for the 21st Century.” This 14th International Conference on “China, Chinese Civilization, and the World: Past, Present and Future” was organized by the Russian Academy of Sciences.
by Rachel Douglas and Katherine Notley
EIR mourns the loss of our Book Editor. A passionate student of history, with a special affection for John Quincy Adams, her death coincided with the release of Lyndon LaRouche’s campaign pamphlet, with his preface “The Monroe Doctrine Today,” which Adams had authored.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Similarly Iraq, and the world, have lost a powerful voice for humanity.
Cheney’s Lies of State.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Secretary General Kofi Annan “changed the rules” at the United Nations General Assembly, confronting the U.S. decision to enact a doctrine of pre-emptive war.
by Dean Andromidas
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Valerie Rush
The former Foreign Secretary is not just running for President—the LaRouche Youth Movement has him running for cover.
An expanded study of the historical section of the LaRouche in 2004 campaign pamphlet, The Sovereign States of the Americas: LaRouche’s Program for Continental Development. The pamphlet is one of three issued by the campaign in the fight against the California Recall hoax—to make that battle the center of the war against Synarchist looting of economies, and against Dick Cheney’s war-and-Wall Street faction controlling the Bush Administration. Lyndon LaRouche’s introductory chapters for the pamphlet appeared in EIR on Sept. 19.
by Harley Schlanger
As September ends, the outcome of the Recall fight appears too close to call, but with a shift emerging among college students against it, as the LaRouche Youth Movement mobilization urges them, and all Californians: “Don’t be a sucker again! Deregulation was bad; Recall is even worse. If you want to stop the rape of California, defeat the recall on Oct. 7!”
by Michele Steinberg and Roch Steinbach
Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante, the Judas who turned on Gov. Gray Davis to run against him in the Recall vote, has been ordered by a California court to hand back the lucre his campaign garnered from the Indian tribes’ who run gambling casinos on behalf of unsavory interests.
by Michele Steinberg
A report on the Washington, D.C. conference of National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.
by Carl Osgood