by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The reader should ... be forewarned that I am not simply repeating here the points I have made in earlier locations. I am, rather, situating a new subject, that of a psychopathological mass-phenomenon, this time against the background of what should be, by now, a familiar context of economic policy-shaping relevance.
The subject of this report is a specific class of mental disorders which are the most typical cause of today’s commonplace, major man-made disasters of modern economies.”
A prominent Republican United States Senator has been confronted by Karl Rove and other White House officials on his alleged “connections with Lyndon LaRouche.” This foolishness, combined with the President’s performance at his April 28 press conference, demonstrate that the entire White House inner circle has gone stark-raving mad.
by Carl Osgood
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Nancy Spannaus
The case of Larry Franklin.
by Edward Spannaus
by Harley Schlanger
by Paul Gallagher
General Motors, if not also Ford Motor Co., and scores of their supplier companies, are mudsliding faster and faster towards bankruptcy and dismemberment of the most important machine-tool and related industrial capabilities remaining in the American economy.
by Marcia Merry Baker
A review of the vulnerable condition of the major components of the U.S. national health-care infrastructure shows that the entire system is on the edge, after decades of Federally promoted downsizing, and privateering.
by William Jones
The visit of Kuomintang leader Lien Chan to mainland China has dealt a serious blow to the policy of the Cheney-Rumsfeld neo-conservative faction, of maintaining a high-tension state between Taiwan and China.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Dean Andromidas
by Dean Andromidas
by Gretchen Small
by David Ramonet
A conversation with Norbert Brainin, the late founder of the Amadeus Quartet and one of the world’s great violinists, translated from the German magazine Ibykus of July 2004.
Waxman: Bush ‘Wrong Morally And Legally.’
by Rainer Apel
Debate Rips Across Political Spectrum.
The ADL, George Bush, and the Christian Right.
Our Editorial last week, “A New Bretton Woods Now,” mistakenly referred to “$2,000 trillion worth of financial liabilities” hanging over the world financial system. In fact, there are 2,000 trillion speculative derivative contracts per year.