Volume 32, Number 6, February 11, 2005


Social Security: Dems Defend FDR Legacy from Bush, Wall St.  

by Paul Gallagher

The moment of unity around FDR’s principles was a victory for Democratic forces working with Lyndon LaRouche and the LaRouche Youth Movement, built up for years precisely to revive the FDR principles of physical economic recovery, regulation, and protection as the mission of the Democratic Party.

Documentation: Testimony of James Roosevelt, Jr., to the Senate Democratic Policy Committee, in which he denounces those who invoke his grandfather’s name in order to privatize—destroy—Social Security.


Pres. Clinton Tells Some Useful Truths  

Bill Clinton was interviewed by journalist Charlie Rose during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Bush Is Lying ... On Democracy, Social Security  

A conversation with Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg.

Intense Senate Fight Weakens Gonzales

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Dialogue at Berlin Seminar: Toward a Eurasian ‘New Deal’

At EIR’s Jan. 12-13 Berlin symposium, leaders from Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas came together around a revolutionary perspective for lifting humanity from the depths of poverty and an onrushing new fascism.

Dollar Fall Originates in U.S. Extravagance  

by Dr. Su Jingxiang

‘The Globe Is Facing a Discontinuity’  

by Maj. Gen. Vinod Saighal


Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. replies to points raised during the morning panel on Jan. 12.

The U.S.A. Confronts a Multipolar World  

by Dr. Clifford A. Kiracofe

Future Prospects for U.S.-Eurasia Relations  

by Prof. Stanislav Menshikov


At the close of the seminar on Jan. 13, LaRouche puts forward a “Vernadskyian” standard of how to manage the planet’s raw materials resources in the future.


Strategic Analysis: Bush’s Middle East Policy Paradox  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Vice President Cheney, the neo-con cabal inside his office, and Cheney’s policy controller, George Shultz, have no qualms about unleashing chaos and sectarian warfare in the world’s biggest oil patch.

Iraqi Elections: Fish or Fowl?

by Hussein Askary

Outside the “fishbowl” of Iraqi election politics, the reality is that change will be decided in Washington, not in Iraq. A shift in U.S. policy away from perpetual wars and fascism, to principled cooperation among a community of sovereign nations for economic prosperity, is the last hope for Iraq and much of Southwest Asia and the world.

Separatism Unleashed Against Bolivia and Its Neighbors

by Gretchen Small

Project Democracy Targets CIS for More Regime Change

Ukraine: A Postmodernist Revolution

by Konstantin Cheremnykh


Behind Privatization Door Lurks A Killer: ‘Tax Simplification’  

by Richard Freeman

The proposals for a national sales tax or a “flat tax” would sharply reduce taxes to the wealthiest 20%, while increasing the burden on everybody else.

Schwarzenegger Gears Up To Impose Fascist Populism on Californians

by Harley Schlanger

States Line Up on Medicaid Fight Against Bush Intent To Kill Off Poor

by Linda Everett

Indonesia: Develop Infrastructure or Lose National Sovereignty  

by Mike Billington

Pinochet’s Chile Model Still ‘Screwing Mexico’

by Rubén Cota Meza


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Monetarists Demand Even Deeper Cuts.


A Phase Shift Toward Roosevelt