Volume 32, Number 9, March 4, 2005


LaRouche Revives ‘FDR’s Miracle’ To Rescue the Nation  

by Nancy Spannaus

The Schiller Institute and International Conference of Labor Committees met for their Presidents Day weekend conference, in Northern Virginia and near Los Angeles, to analyze the process whereby, during the 2004 Presidential campaign and its aftermath, Lyndon LaRouche mobilized the Democratic Party under his increasingly visible leadership, and to plan how to build on that breakthrough to defeat George W. Bush’s murderous agenda.

The Great Crash of 2005  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Global Option for This Emergency: Beyond Westphalia Now  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A document prepared for discussion at the Schiller Institute conference.

On the Occasion of Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday Memorial: Franklin Roosevelt’s Miracle  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“At the present brink of the world’s greatest monetary-financial crisis,” writes LaRouche, “the principal challenge to leading governments of the world at this moment, is to master and apply the lessons to be learned as the remarkable successes of the U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt Administration.”


Social Security: Even Bush’s ‘Math’ Lies; a Jobs Boom Would Perpetuate Surplus

by Paul Gallagher

Contrary to Bush’s “do the math” claims about the imminent bankruptcy of the Social Security system, a long-term “Super-TVA”-type infrastructure reconstruction and recovery program, creating millions of new productive jobs, would perpetuate the Social Security surplus for decades.

‘Ready-To-Go’ Projects

Pension Privatization Plunged Chile Into ‘Pre-Industrial’ Age  

by Cynthia R. Rush

An interview with Isabel Márquez Lizana.

Eurasian Core Nations Cooperate To Meet Growing Energy Needs  

by Mary Burdman

Italy’s Tremonti Hits ‘Suicidal’ Free-Market Policies in EU

by Andrew Spannaus

French Gov’t Policy: Words Belied by Deeds  

by Jacques Cheminade

A speech to EIR’s Jan. 12 Berlin seminar.

Will France Become a Farming and Perfume-Exporting Nation?

by Christine Bierre


LaRouche Youth Lead Democrats in Mobilization Against Bush

by Nancy Spannaus

Congressmen are holding town meetings around the country to discuss President Bush’s plan to privatize Social Security, and the LaRouche Youth Movement is out in force.

Support Slipping for Schwarzenegger

by Harley Schlanger

Bush-Cheney ‘Torture-by- Proxy’ Policy Under Growing Exposure

by Edward Spannaus

Hail, Hail the Gang’s All Here

by Ray McGovern

A commentary on the nomination of John Negroponte as Director of National Intelligence, the co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Putin Stands Up To Bush’s Sabre-Rattling  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

While Arab countries are seeking to defuse the Syria-Lebanon crisis, and the Europeans restressed their commitment to diplomacy with Tehran, Russia is issuing signals that it will not tolerate another unilateralist U.S. military adventure in Southwest Asia.

Bush, Schröder, Keep Disagreements Quiet

by Rainer Apel

Sharon Talks Peace, But Prepares for War

by Dean Andromidas


Isabel Márquez Lizana  

Mrs. Márquez is the Director of Research for the Chilean government’s Institute for Social Security Normalization, a researcher at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Chile, and is affiliated with the Development Studies Program at the same university.

Book Reviews

A Defense of the Economic Royalists

by Stuart Rosenblatt

For the Survival of Democracy: Franklin Roosevelt and the World Crisis of the 1930s, by Alonzo L. Hamby.


Bush in Europe: He Came, He Saw, He Didn’t Conquer