Volume 32, Number 16, April 22, 2005


An Emergency Reconstruction Policy: Recreate Our Economy!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Presently, we hear a growing number of proposals for fixing today’s dying U.S. economy. These proposals include some useful observations, but all proposals for merely ‘fixing’ this or that problem within the U.S., or European economies piece by piece, will fail, and that immediately, and that in an awful way. Suggestions of that kind will fail, almost inevitably, because of what they do not say: You can not heal what you have killed; you can not fix what you have already destroyed.” The only solution, LaRouche shows, is to move immediately to save vital productive capacities, such as General Motors, and then move to reorganize the bankrupt global financial-monetary system.

Education Specialty: Post-Industrialism

by Judy DeMarco


Emergency Action by the Senate  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche presents a memorandum for immediate adoption, in view of the fact that “the world has entered a period of historic crisis, when the time has come that nations must act in support of a common interest, to create a new financial architecture for the world at large.”

A GOP Revolt Against Bush-Cheney Insanity  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Is Sharon’s Visit the Calm Before the Storm?

by Michele Steinberg

Physical Economy Is Only Issue in Arnieland

by Harley Schlanger

LaRouche in Dialogue with Democrats: The Only Solution Is for Dems To Show Leadership, and Rebuild the Economy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Questions and answers from LaRouche’s April 7 webcast.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Republican Budget Resolutions in Search of a Dollar Blowout

by Paul Gallagher

The worst incompetence of the budget resolutions is not the Federal deficits. It is the Administration’s and Republican Congressional leaders’ attempt to shut down avenues for Federal investment in the essential categories of industrial capacity and economic infrastructure.

Rebuilding Waterways Is Badly Needed, Unfunded

by Richard Freeman and Mary Jane Freeman

Italian Resolution: A Call for a New, Just Monetary System

China Takes Precautions Against ‘Financial AIDS’

by Mary Burdman

German Investments in Russia Reach New Phase

by Rainer Apel

Germany Must No Longer Neglect India

by Rainer Apel


India and China Agree on Set of Historic Accords

by Mary Burdman

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao called his April 9-12 visit to India “historic,” when he spoke to the Indian press after his extensive talks with his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh in New Delhi. On both sides, the results of trip were considered to be even better than had been expected.

LaRouche Addresses Argentine Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In Memoriam: Maxim Ghilan: A Fighter for Peace

by Dean Andromidas

Ghilan, a political collaborator and friend of the LaRouche movement for more than two decades, died on April 2 in Tel Aviv.

Documentation: Messages of condolence from Palestinian President Abu Mazen; Dr. Ramzi Khouri, Deputy Secretary-General of the Presidency and General Director of the Office of the President, Palestine National Authority; and Dr. Yehuda Atai, publisher of The World of the Bible encyclopedia.


The Christian Coalition: The Nature of the Beast  

by Anton Chaitkin

The Coalition, created by Ralph Reed, has become the most significant element in the Religious Right, as the Bush-Cheney regime’s bludgeon to create a state-based religion.

A Traveling Partnership  

George W. Bush Funds Faith-Based Fascism

by Nancy Spannaus


A New World Economic Order