Volume 32, Number 48, December 16, 2005


‘We’re Moving To Take the U.S. Government Back’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s keynote speech to EIR’s Berlin seminar on “Strategic Options in the Post-Cheney Era: New Atlantic Alliance in the Tradition of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.”

Kennedy’s Apollo Program Reshaped the U.S. Economy

by Marsha Freeman

Pelosi: ‘A New Era of American Innovation’  

The House Minority Leader’s speech at Harvard.

Miller: Retaining U.S. Leadership in Innovation  

Rep. George Miller’s radio address on Dec. 3.

Europe Needs a New Atlantic Alliance in the Franklin Roosevelt Tradition  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s speech opened the second panel of the Berlin seminar.

Understanding the U.S. ‘Cheneygate’ Climate  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The U.S., Politics, and the Iraq War

by Dr. Clifford A. Kiracofe, Jr.

The Enemy of France Is Cartesianism

by Jacques Cheminade


The Harry Hopkins Method of Job Creation

In discussing the urgency of conversion of some U.S. automobile production capacity to infrastructure-related projects in the national interest, Lyndon LaRouche has referenced the job-creation methods of Franklin Roosevelt’s confidant Harry Hopkins. Who was Hopkins, and what was the key to his success?

Critical Auto Capacity To Be Saved: GM Capacity Shutdowns

Critical Auto Capacity To Be Saved: Delphi’s Threatened Shutdowns

Retool and Save Auto: LaRouche’s Seven Points

Critical Auto Capacity To Be Saved: Ford Threatened Shutdowns

Bill Ford’s Message on Auto

Critical Auto Capacity To Be Saved: Visteon Threatened Shutdowns

LaRouche: Put Auto Under Federal Protection

The Locusts Plead For ‘Fair Treatment’  

by Michael Billington

Business Briefs


Cheney Treading in Quicksand

by Michele Steinberg

The torture issue is what could finish Cheney off, and it could be soon.

Military Spokesmen Taking the Lead Against Bush’s Iraq War Fiasco

by William Jones

Congressional E-Hearing: A National Dialogue on Auto Sector Crisis

by Anita Gallagher

National News


Sharon’s Gambit Signals Weakness of the Right

by Dean Andromidas

Sharon’s breakaway from the Likud party is being made from a position of weakness, not strength. And his fate is closely linked to that of Dick Cheney.

South Asia: War on Terror Spawns Fresh Terrorism

by Ramtanu Maitra

Amelia Robinson in Italy: ‘Help Us Dump Cheney, Stop This Illegal War’

by Liliana Gorini

International Intelligence


Rebuilding a Looted Economy