From Volume 5, Issue Number 49 of EIR Online, Published Dec. 5, 2006

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Johannes Kepler & The Democratic Challenge
The New Politics

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

November 26, 2006

A summary of some crucial recent changes in the social-political dynamics of the international situation.

Even the leadership of the Democratic Party's national campaign organization is still bemused by its surprise at the way in which a landslide victory was won in the mid-term election's vote for the U.S. House of Representatives. That is the most crucial lesson which the Democratic Party's national organization, has yet to learn, for the sake of the future of both that party, and of our republic.

The lesson is, that, under relevant circumstances, what is otherwise viewed as an innovation in tactical method, may also be strategically decisive in conflict, whether in warfare, or as illustrated, in principle, by the contribution of a relatively small number of young adults, when they are deployed in a certain way, in producing a potentially decisive, strategic margin of victory in political conflicts such as the recent mid-term election-campaigns. The case in hand which illustrates that point, is the historically significant role of the LaRouche Youth Movement's (LYM's) strategic approach to LPAC (LaRouche Political Action Committee) tactics in the recent U.S. mid-term elections.

This case presents us with the opportunity to study the application of that same method, to the need to outflank the global strategic threat, today's threat of presently impending, generalized, global, physical as well as monetary-financial collapse, of not only the U.S. economy, but also the world's present, physical-economic systems.

The case illustrates the relevant meaning which must be assigned to today's use of the term "New Politics."...

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