Volume 31, Number 4, January 30, 2004


On Southern Tour, LaRouche Speaks to ‘The Forgotten Man’

by Nancy Spannaus

Lyndon LaRouche campaigns in Alabama and Mississippi, joined by civil rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson.

The Immortal Talent of Martin Luther King  

Speeches by Amelia Boynton Robinson and Lyndon LaRouche at the Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast in Talladega, Alabama. “We face the same problem, in principle, that Martin faced, and faced successfully,” LaRouche said. “And I would propose, that in the lesson of Martin Luther King, and his life, there is something we can learn today, which brings him back to life, as if he were standing here, alive, today. There’s something special about his life, his development, which should be captured today, by us, not only in addressing the problems of our nation, which are becoming terrible; but the problems of our relationship with the world as a whole.”

‘Footprints in the Sand of Time’

by Amelia Boynton Robinson

The Lesson of Martin Luther King’s Life

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


On Dollar Crash: LaRouche Against Greenspan in Berlin  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Federal Reserve chairman, in a speech at Berlin’s Historical Museum, demanded radical deregulation and globalization of the world financial system, as the only way to prevent a collapse of the present, monstrously ballooning U.S. trade deficit and debt bubble. LaRouche representative Jonathan Tennenbaum was on hand to expose the idiocy of the argument of this “high priest” of the Anglo-American financial oligarchy.

Rubin Warns on Crash

Can Argentina v. Vulture Funds Bring System Down?

by Cynthia R. Rush

Alaska: Gas Pipeline or Bering Straits Crossing?  

by Paul Gallagher

Business Briefs

Science & Technology

Expose the Myths About the Apollo Program

by Marsha Freeman

President Bush has announced a program to return to the Moon and head for Mars. But unless the lessons of Kennedy’s Apollo program are learned, there is little chance for success.


Shades of 1920: Occupiers Now See the Real Iraqi Resistance

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Up to a million people demonstrated in Baghdad against the Paul Bremer plan for “transfer” of power—and, contrary to Western media reports, these were not just “the Shi’ites,” or “followers of Saddam Hussein,” but Iraqis of all ethnic, religious, and political groupings.

Sharon Named in Bribery Indictment

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli Officers See No Threat From Syria

by Michele Steinberg

Czar Alexander II and Vladimir Putin

by Michael Liebig

The Geneva Peace Accord and ‘Nathan the Wise’

Shanghai Cooperation Organization Comes of Age

by Mary Burdman

India Seeks More Nuclear and Military Cooperation

by Ramtanu Maitra

Bush Agenda Slammed at Monterrey Summit

by Valerie Rush

International Intelligence


Electronic Voting Is a Threat to the Constitution  

by Edward Spannaus

The new computerized voting-counting systems used in the Washington, D.C. primary, are easily rigged, leave no “paper trail,” and render it impossible to verify the vote count.

Congressman Moots Cheney Impeachment

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Documentation: CIA Veterans Demand House Action on Leak.

Cheney’s ‘Free Speech’ Cages

Schwarzenegger Hangover Sickens California Dems

Would Today’s Edison and Einstein Be on Ritalin?

by Donald Phau

LaRouche: ‘Read Brave New World: This Is Soma’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Reply to a question on drugs.

Cover-up Continues on 1967 Mideast War

by William Jones

From a State Department conference.

Campaign 2004: Where They Stand  

The fourth in a series. Eight Democratic candidates compared on “Threat of Police-State, Rule by ‘Emergency’ Decree.”

National News

Book Reviews

Austrian Social Dems Reject Neo-Liberalism

by Alexander Hartmann

Wirtschaft für die Menschen—Alternativen zum Neo-liberalismus im Zeitalter der Globalisierung (Economy for Human Beings—Alternatives to Neo-Liberalism in the Age of Globalization), Michael Häupl, ed.



The State of Denial.